Timely student communication and sharing the recipe for a great teacher
07 October 2020
The pandemic forced teachers, professors, lecturers and other pedagogues to adapt their courses and their teaching to online education. Someone doing this with a top result is Assistant professor Dong Yan who has been awarded SSE’s diploma for Outstanding Pedagogical Achievement for autumn 2020.
Open schools saved Sweden billions of SEK
12 May 2020
In the latest episode from Vetenskapens Värld "The way out of corona", Jesper Roine among many other experts explains what the pandemic measures from the government have cost the Swedish economy. Has Sweden performed better financially compared to the other Nordic countries?
Can Increased Textbook Usage Affect Student Learning in Low-Income Countries
06 May 2020
Anders Olofsgård (Associate Professor at SITE) together with co-authors Jean-Benoit Falisse and Marieke Huysentruyt studied the impact of a simple “textbooks for self-study” incentive scheme targeting primary school students in DRC.
New research: why are mobile phones so important for Syrian refugees in Lebanon?
15 April 2020
Syrian refugees living in Lebanon today are facing limited freedom of movement, limited access to services, and constrained labor rights. For these people, mobile phones serve as essential tools for rebuilding social networks shattered by involuntary displacement.
The Impact of a Food for Education Program on Schooling in Cambodia
02 February 2015
by Maria Perrotta Berlin (with Maria Cheung), published in Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies.
Social Centipedes: the Impact of Group Identity on Preferences and Reasoning
21 October 2013
by Chloé Le Coq (with J. Tremewan and A. Wagner), SITE Working Paper
Protection for Sale: The Case of Oligopolistic Competition and Interdependent Sectors
12 September 2013
by Elena Paltseva, forthcoming in Canadian Journal of Economics
Closing the Gender Gap in Education: What is the State of Gaps in Labor Force Participation for Women, Wives and Mothers?
01 September 2013
by Ina Ganguli (with Ricardo Hausmann and Martina Viarengo), published in International Labour Review
Hidden Redistribution in Higher Education
13 August 2013
By Maria Perrotta Berlin, SITE Working Paper
Scientific Brain Drain and Human Capital Formation After the End of the Soviet Union
01 August 2013
by Ina Ganguli, Centre of Migration Research Working Paper, Nr 62 (120)