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Fourth Annual DDDA Workshop, May 2019
The Department of Economics hosted the 4th Annual 'Data Driven Development in Africa' (DDDA) Workshop on May 10-11, 2019. The DDDA Workshop brings together researchers from Canada, the United States and Africa, in order to improve research on African political and economic development by contributing to the collection and analysis of high-quality data. Workshop organizers are Professors Elizabeth Carlson (Penn State), Abdul Shifa (Syracuse) and Dozie Okoye (Dalhousie), with assistance provided by Colette Nyirakamana (McMaster). Funding for the workshop was provided by a SSHRC connection Grant, the President's Office, Faculty of Science and the Department of Economics, Dalhousie.
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