Lehrer, Kim

Professeure, École de gestion
École de gestion Économique

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819-821-8000, poste 62317

Diplômes

(2013) Post-doctorate (Post-doctorate). University of Oxford.

(2010) Economic Behaviour During Conflict: Evidence from Displaced People's Camps in Northern Uganda. Doctorate (Ph.D.). University of British Columbia.

(2003) Master's non-Thesis (Master of Arts). University of British Columbia.

(2002) Bachelor's Honours (Bachelor of Arts). Carleton University.

Présentation

Sujets de recherche

Development Policies, Economic Policies, Educational Approaches, Socio-Economic Conditions.

Disciplines de recherche

Economics.

Mots-clés

Applied microeconometrics, Development economics, Labour economics, Project evaluation.

Intérêts de recherche

Development economics, the economics of education, labour economics, applied microeconometrics, project evaluation.

Langues parlées et écrites

Anglais, Français

Prix et distinctions

  • (2008) Canada Graduate Scholarships Doctoral Award. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). (Prize / Award).
  • Albert Berry Prize. (Prize / Award).

Publications

Articles de revue

  • Adelman, S, Gilligan, D. (2015). Childhood Interrupted: How Conflict-Induced Displacement Shape Human Capital Formation in Northern Uganda. Journal of Development Economics, (Submitted).
  • Aslam, M. (2014). Learning by Doing: Skills and Jobs in Urban Ghana. Journal of Development Studies, 50(8), 1119-1134. (Published).
  • Alderman, H, Gilligan, D. (2012). The Impact of Food for Education Programs on School Participation in Northern Uganda. Economic Development and Cultural Change, 61(1), 187-218. (Published).

Chapitres de livre

  • Aryeetey, E, Baah-Boateng, W, Ackah, C, Mbiti, I. (2014). Ghana. Youth and Employment in Sub-Saharan Africa: Working but Poor (232-302). Routledge. (Published).

Rapports

  • Teal, F. (2013). Investing in Education for Job Creation in Africa. 29 p.
  • Aryeetey, E, Baah-Boateng, W, Ackah, C, Mbiti, I. (2012). Youth Employment and Unemployment Challenge in Africa: The Case of Ghana. 88 p.

Documents de travail

  • Porter, C. (2015). Charitable Dictators? Determinants of Giving to NGOs in Uganda. 35 p.
  • Ksoll, C. (2014). Incentives and the Learning Environment: Evidence from a Framed Field Experiment in Ghana. 34 p.
  • Lehrer, K. (2012). Social Interactions and Economic Inactivity Amongst Internally Displaced People. 38 p.
  • Ksoll, C. (2012). Peer Effects and Group Assignment Rules: Non-Parametric Evidence from a Framed Field Experiment. 35 p.

Autres contributions

Gestion d'évènements

  • Organizing committee member. Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE) Conference 2010 Economic Development in Africa. (Conference).
  • Organizing committee member. Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE) Conference 2011 Economic Development in Africa. (Conference).
  • Organizing committee member. Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE) Conference 2012 Economic Development in Africa. (Conference).
  • Organizing committee member. Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE) Conference 2013 Economic Development in Africa. (Conference).
  • Co-organizer. Research and Education Policy in Secondary Schools (Accra,Ghana). (Workshop).
  • Member of the Program Committee. Research in Economic Development (RECODE) Meetings 2013. (Conference).

Présentations

  • (2014). Charitable Dictators? Determinants of Giving to NGOs in Uganda. University of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon.
  • (2014). Peer Effects and Group Assignment Rules: Non-Parametric Evidence from a Framed Field Experiment. McGill University. Montreal.
  • (2014). Cooperation and Charitable Giving: Behavioural Games in Kampala. Canadian Economics Association Meetings. Vancouver.
  • (2014). Charitable dictators? Elite attitudes to charitable giving in Kampala. Congrès annuel de la Société canadienne de science économique. Ottawa.
  • (2013). Learning from Peers: Experimental Evidence of Group Learning in Senior High School in Ghana. Workshop on Research and Education Policy in Secondary School. Accra.
  • (2013). Using Data in Education Policy Making: An Overview. Workshop on Research and Education Policy in Secondary School. Accra.
  • (2013). Learning from Peers: Experimental Evidence of Group Learning in Senior High School in Ghana. Research in Economic Development (RECODE) Meetings 2013. Ottawa.
  • (2013). Returning Home: Post-Conflict Livelihoods in Northern Uganda. Canadian Economics Association Meetings. Montreal.
  • (2013). Learning from Peers: Experimental Evidence of Group Work in Senior High School in Ghana. University of Manchester. Manchester.
  • (2013). Learning from Peers: Experimental Evidence of Group Learning in Senior High School in Ghana. CSAE Conference 2013: Economic Development in Africa. Oxford.
  • (2013). Returning Home: Post-Conflict Livelihoods in Northern Uganda. IDRC Workshop: CSAE Conference. Oxford.
  • (2013). Learning from Peers: Experimental Evidence of Group Learning in Senior High School in Ghana. University of Victoria. Victoria.
  • (2013). Apprendre de ses pairs: Recherche expérimentale sur l'apprentissage en groupe a l'école secondaire au Ghana. Université de Sherbrooke. Sherbrooke.
  • (2013). Learning from Peers: Experimental Evidence of Group Learning in Senior High School in Ghana. RES PhD Presentation Meeting. London.
  • (2013). Learning from Peers: Experimental Evidence of Group Learning in Senior High School in Ghana. St. Francis Xavier University. Antigonish.
  • (2012). Learning from Peers: Experimental Evidence of Group Learning in Senior High School in Ghana. University of Ottawa. Ottawa.
  • (2012). Returning Home: Post-Conflict Livelihoods in Northern Uganda. Seventh IZA/World Bank Conference on Employment and Development. New Delhi.
  • (2012). Returning Home: Post-Conflict Livelihoods in Northern Uganda. Firms and Labour Markets in Africa. Oxford.
  • (2012). Group Learning in Senior High Schools in Ghana: Evidence from a Framed Field Experiment. Canadian Economics Association Meetings. Calgary.
  • (2012). Aid Effectiveness: Behind the Rhetoric? Behavioural Games with the Kampala International Development Community. Experiments in Development Economics. Oxford.
  • (2011). Learning by Doing: Skills and Jobs in Urban Ghana. National Council of Applied Economic Research. New Delhi.
  • (2011). Returning Home: Post-Conflict Livelihoods in Northern Uganda. AMERU/IDRC Workshop. Pretoria.
  • (2011). Returning Home: Post-Conflict Livelihoods in Northern Uganda. International Development Research Centre. Ottawa.
  • (2011). Learning by Doing: Skills and Jobs in Urban Ghana. Canadian Economics Association Meetings. Ottawa.
  • (2011). Childhood Interrupted: How Conflict-Induced Shocks Shape Human Capital Formation in Northern Uganda. Royal Economic Society 2011 Conference. Egham.
  • (2011). Understanding Microcredit Membership and Retention: Evidence from Ghana. CSAE 25th Anniversary Conference 2011: Economic Development in Africa. Oxford.
  • (2011). Childhood Interrupted: How Conflict-Induced Shocks Shape Human Capital Formation in Northern Uganda. The Global Economic Costs of Conflict. Berlin.
  • (2010). Childhood Interrupted: How Conflict-Induced Shocks Shape Human Capital Formation in Northern Uganda. Canadian Economics Association Meetings. Quebec.
  • (2010). Gender Differences in Labour Market Participation During Conflict: Evidence from Displaced People's Camps in Northern Uganda. 5th IZA/World Bank Conference: Employment and Development. Cape Town.
  • (2010). Childhood Interrupted: How Conflict-Induced Shocks Shape Human Capital Formation in Northern Uganda. Midwest International Economic Development Conference. Minneapolis.
  • (2010). Childhood Interrupted: How Conflict-Induced Shocks Shape Human Capital Formation in Northern Uganda. CSAE Conference 2010: Economic Development in Africa. Oxford.
  • (2010). Gender Differences in Labour Market Participation During Conflict: Evidence from Displaced People's Camps in Northern Uganda. Université de Toulouse. Toulouse.
  • (2010). Gender Differences in Labour Market Participation During Conflict: Evidence from Displaced People's Camps in Northern Uganda. Paris School of Economics. Paris.
  • (2010). Gender Differences in Labour Market Participation During Conflict: Evidence from Displaced People's Camps in Northern Uganda. University of Oxford. Oxford.
  • (2009). Gender Differences in Labor Market Participation During Conflict: Evidence from Displaced People's Camps in Northern Uganda. Northeast Universities Development Consortium Conference. Medford.
  • (2009). Gender Differences in Labour Market Participation During Conflict: Evidence from Displaced People's Camps in Northern Uganda. Canadian Economics Association Meetings. Toronto.
  • (2009). Gender Differences in Labour Market Participation During Conflict: Evidence from Displaced People's Camps in Northern Uganda. Midwest International Economic Development Conference. Madison.
  • (2009). Gender Differences in Labour Market Participation During Conflict: Evidence from Displaced People's Camps in Northern Uganda. CSAE Conference 2009 Economic Development in Africa. Oxford.
  • (2009). Gender Differences in Labour Market Participation During Conflict: Evidence from Displaced People's Camps in Northern Uganda. International Food Policy Research Institute. Washington.
  • (2009). Gender Differences in Labour Market Participation During Conflict: Evidence from Displaced People's Camps in Northern Uganda. Dalhousie University. Halifax.

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