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The Suntory and Toyota International Centres for Economics and Related Disciplines (STICERD)

STICERD Grants: Past recipients

  • Dr Olivier Accominotti (Economic History): US Banks and the International Transmission of the Great Depression; £4,978

  • Professor Martin Anthony (Mathematics): Principled algorithmic approaches to big data analytics; £5,000

  • Dr Leonardo Baccini (International Relations): International Economic Agreements and the Activities of Heterogeneous Multinational Firms; £1,998

  • Dr Gharad Bryan (Economics): Loss Aversion, Contract Framing and Worker Selection: Evidence from an Online Labor-Market Experiment; £4,995

  • Dr Manali Desai (Sociology): Liberalization and Political Subjectivities in Urban Western India; £4,280

  • Dr Jeremiah Dittmar (Economics): Inputs and Productivity: Evidence from Slave Agriculture; £8,250

  • Dr Andrew Eggers (Government): Partisanship and Corruption: A Survey Experiment; £4,200

  • Dr Melissa Fernandez (LSE London): Housing Displacement and Livelihoods: linking evictions and labour in Rio de Janeiro; £4,000

  • Dr Greg Fischer (Economics): Knowledge for prevention: an information intervention to increase HIV testing and reduce stigma in Malawi; £7,625

  • Prof Tim Forsyth (International Development): Community-based adaptation in Myanmar; £5,000

  • Dr Pavel Gapeev (Mathematics): Optimal Stochastic Impulse Control Problems in Mathematical Statistics and Finance; £2,500

  • Prof Maitreesh Ghatak (Economics): Kinship taxation in the lab and in the field; £4,975

  • Dr Ursula Henz (Sociology): Forty years of changing households - pseudo-cohort analyses of children's and adults' living conditions in Britain; £4,784

  • Dr Jason Hickel (Anthropology): Central Banking and the Politics of Debt in South Africa; £5,000

  • Dr Jonathan Hopkin (Government): Is Inequality Necessary for Innovation?; £1,723

  • Dr Pablo Ibanez-Colomo (Law): Understanding Administrative Action and Judicial Review in EU Competition Law; £4,210

  • Dr Camille Landais (Economics): Behavioural Responses to Inheritance Taxation; £3,007

  • Dr Tomila Lankina (International Relations): The Regional Dimension of Social and Political Protest in Russia; £5,000

  • Prof David Marsden (Management and CEP): Performance pay of teachers in England and Wales; £5,252

  • Dr Patrick McGovern (Sociology): An Evaluation of the Workplace 'Case Study Tradition' within Industrial Relations and the Sociology of Work; £4,585

  • Dr Taisuke Otsu (Economics): Nonparametric inference for extremes; £2,000

  • Dr Francesco Panizza (Government): Party Systems, Patronage Networks and Civil Service Reform in Latin America; £4,902

  • Dr Coretta Phillips (Social Policy): Unravelling the Dynamics of Doorstep Crime Using Crime Scripts; £4,991

  • Prof John Van Reenen (Economics): Productivity determinants: Firm-level evidence; £1,290

  • Dr Sandra Sequeira (International Development): Technology, Asymmetric Information and Market Structure: Evidence from Kenya; £3,920

  • Dr Kenneth Shadlen (International Development): Pharmaceutical Patents, Industry Transformation, and the Supply of Generic Drugs: An Empirical Analysis of Production and Export Behaviour; £4,460

  • Dr Mahvish Shami (International Development): Electricity and Rural Development: Insights from a Natural Experiment in Punjab, Pakistan; £4,503

  • Dr Olmo Silva (Geography): Co-agglomeration of Industries and the Micro-foundations of Agglomeration Economies; £4,893

  • Dr Olmo Silva (Geography): Powering Education; £5,000

  • Dr Johannes Steinmuller (Government): Political Authorities in the Wa State of Burma; £3,500

  • Prof Bernhard von Stengel (Mathematics): Extension of Game Theory Explorer Software; £4,440

  • Mr Max Steuer (Philosophy): Perspectives of Executive Search Firms on CEO Performance; £1,500

  • Prof Silvana Tenreyro (Economics): Trade and Growth: The Development of the Cotton Industry during the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars (1792-1815); £3,500

  • Dr Polly Vizard (CASE): Perceived social exclusion in Europe: an analysis of the 2011 European Quality of Life Survey; £5,302

  • Dr Alex Voorhoeve (Philosophy): Ambiguity Aversion, The Hurwicz Criterion, and the Principle of Insufficient Reason; £7,200

  • Dr Moqi Xu (Finance): Contract Horizon and Dynamic (Dis)Incentive Effects of Long-Term Executive Pay; £4,639

  • Prof Qiwei Yao (Statistics): Nonlinear time series analysis - thresholding and beyond: conference in honour of Professor Emeritus Howell Tong; £5,500