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Three junior faculty research grants awarded for work on global poverty and development

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Jul 10 2019

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The Stanford King Center on Global Development is pleased to announce that three Stanford faculty members have been selected to receive funding for new research on topics relevant to global development and poverty:
 
  • Arun Chandrasekhar - Assistant Professor of Economics, Department of Economics
    Affirmative Action, Attitudes and Social Networks: Evidence from Caste-Based Reservation in India
     
  • Erin Mordecai - Assistant Professor of Biology, Department of Biology
    Exploring Feedbacks Between Land Use, Behavior, and Dengue to Improve Promote Sustainable Development and Health
     
  • William Tarpeh - Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering
    Engineering Agricultural Resilience after Natural Disasters: Deployable Fertilizer Production to Rehabilitate Arable Land