Security in development and conflict contexts, including issues such as: local governance, education, religion, and gender.
Classic laboratory games ordinarily have two characteristics. First, the players are anonymous, and second, they are strangers. This study subverts these characteristics to explore behavior when subjects play against identified members of their own social network.
We introduce a formal framework and a set of novel dictator games to make nuanced inferences about social discrimination based on differences in knowledge of the social context and the receiver.
Aiming to provide a policy-relevant answer to the question: how can policy reforms aimed at reducing fishing efforts be implemented without causing millions of resource-poor people to fall deeper into deprivation and food insecurity?
People with disabilities (PWDs) represent a disproportionately high proportion of the world's poor. Recognising the reciprocal relationship between disability and poverty, leading to increased vulnerability and social exclusion, disability has been flagged as a key development issue in meeting the United Nations Millennium Development Goals and in eradicating world poverty.