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Capacity Building Seminars

Building the capacity of researchers is a core component of the MwAPATA mission. This page provides materials from seminars hosted by the Institute, given by experienced researchers covering a wide range of subjects. 

Professor Jacob Ricker-Gilbert, based on his experience and several peer-reviewed publications, summarizes the different types of auctions that can be used to gather data on revealed or stated preferences (willingness to pay). He also discusses when each is appropriate, how to setup and conduct auctions, and how to present and interpret findings. Several examples from the literature are reviewed. Click here for video, slides and links to reviewed material.

Dr. William Burke presents his recommendations for "do's and don'ts" for preparing and presenting a slideshow when sharing the results of analysis. The presentation is followed by a brief introduction MwAPATA's PowerPoint template. There are occasional additional comments and questions from the MwAPATA research staff. Click here for video and slides.

Professor Jacob Ricker-Gilbert has published dozens of working papers and journal articles with thousands of citations, and he is on the editorial boards of several major journals. In this seminar he shares his insights on what makes up a successful working paper or journal article. The presentation is followed by a Q&A with MwAPATA and LUANAR researchers. Click here for video, slides and extra material.

Professor Thom Jayne has over 30 years experience writing for and communicating with policy makers. In this seminar he discusses how to distill research in ways that are accessible and impactful. The presentation is followed by a Q&A with MwAPATA and LUANAR researchers. Click here for video, slides and extra material.

Professor Jacob Ricker-Gilbert shares his experiences with Pre-Analysis Plan registration and discusses the pros and cons. The presentation is followed by a Q&A with MwAPATA and LUANAR researchers. Click here for video, slides and extra material.

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