Determinants of Multidimensional Poverty Levels and Trends

An introduction to OPHI presented by Sabina Alkire

10:30-11:00

Econometric Analyses of Multidimensional Poverty by Nicolai Suppa

Discussant: William Greene

11:20-12:10

Ethnic Diversity and Multidimensional Poverty by Christian Oldiges and Bilal Malaeb

Discussant: Andrew Gelman

 

13:10-14:00

Good governance and global multidimensional poverty – A comparative analysis of 72 countries on the role of government effectiveness in multidimensional poverty by Christoph Jindra and Ana Vaz

Discussant: Chris Whelan

14:00-14:50

Measurement and determinants of child multidimensional poverty in Senegal by Bouba Housseini and Idrissa Ouili

Discussant: Natalie Quinn

15:20-16:10

Evaluation of the Impact of Kenya’s Hunger Safety Net Programme on Multidimensional Poverty by Sophie Song, Katsushi S. Imai and Subhasish Dey

Discussant: Doug Gollin

Determinants of Multidimensional Poverty Levels and Trends

Wednesday 7th December 2016,

Seminar Room 2, Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford

09:10-10:00

Economic Shocks and Multidimensional Poverty. Evidence from Subsaharan Africa by Nicolai Suppa

10:30-11:20

Implementing the capability approach with respect for individual valuations: an illustration with Colombian data by Koen Decancq, Erik Schokkaert and Blanca Zuluga

Discussant: Sabina Alkire

11:20-12:10

Revisiting the Impact of Aid on the Growth-Poverty Puzzle by Juliana Milovich

Discussant: Suman Seth

 

13:10-14:00

Growth and Poverty Revisited from a Multidimensional Perspective by Maria Emma Santos, Carlos Dabus and Fernando Delbianco

Discussant: Stefan Klonner

14:00-14:50

Economic Growth, Inequality and Multidimensional Poverty: Evidence from a Panel of countries by Bouba Housseini and Sabina Alkire

Discussant: Katsushi Imai

15:20-17:00

Roundtable discussion