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Apart but connected by Chiara Soriolo


The Potential of Machine Learning for Development Economics Research Data by Armin Satzger

Girls Code It Better: a new policy for fighting gender stereotypes in Italy by Laura Brogi

Understanding the feminisation of migration by Luca Stanus Ghib


Open Data in Africa: virtuous examples and promising perspectives by Ornella Darova

Hard times in Italian schools? by Michele Rocca

Can we make social norms evolve? Female genital cutting in Sierra Leone by Ornella Darova

Teachers matter – And So Do Their Gender Stereotypes by Michela Carlana

Educational investments from the lens of ethnic minorities in Vietnam by Jacqueline Nguyen

Land is the new gold by Elena Dal Zotto

Ph.D. wannabe? Funding opportunities “for dummies” by Awa Ambra Seck

Without a word by Giulia Buccione, Viola Corradini, Beatrice Montano

The end of poverty for the stalling continent: Just a vain hope? by Laura Brogi

The education sector: Are we being a bit tunnel-visioned? by Smriti Ganapathi

Insights from the World of Impact Assessment by Michelle Acampora

Satellite Data – A New Star in Development Economics by Jacqueline Nguyen

How Economics Saved Me From Culture Shock by Giulia Buccione

Listen to the Radio and Decide to Have Fewer Babies by Beatrice Montano

Careers in Development Economics: What Does it Mean to Work in the Field as a Research Associate? by Viola Corradini

Ethnic Fractionalization and Segregation in Developed Societies by Sara Spaziani

A Day in the Field by Emilio Dal Re