Connecting conflict-related scientific researchers, field experts and decision makers
Let's stop working separately and improve synergies between scientific researchers, field experts and decision makers. Our novel platform PEACE TALKS: policy and research, aims to do just that in three steps.
Identify key conflict-related challenges for the world
Spot relevant top scientific research associated with these challenges, field experts and policy-makers
Connect them live through a webinar and make the recordings available through our YouTube channel
Together, we could enrich research with the knowledge of field experts and, discuss and shape policy recommendations directly with decision-makers.
There are at least three main axes on how research in economics can be useful to society and more specifically to policymakers: by evaluating a policy, doing predictions, providing broad impact/perspective
Social media and hate crimes
[Researcher: Carlo Schwarz (Bocconi)]
[Discussant: Adam Cooper (Humanitarian Dialogue)]
The relevance of fragility measures
[Researcher: Hannes Mueller (IAE(CSIC))]
[Researcher: Oeindrilla Dube (Chicago)]
[Discussant: Pierre Hazan (Humanitarian Dialogue)]
Epidemics and conflicts
[Researcher: Elena Esposito (Unil)]
Selected topics for the first round
Afghanistan, Central African Republic, Ethiopia, Libya, Mexico, Myanmar, Somalia, South China Sea, Syria, US-Iran-Gulf, Police shootings, US-North Korea, Venezuela and Yemen.
Who are we?
Pr. Massimo Morelli
Professor of Political Science and Economics
Fellow of Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory, Research Fellow at Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), Innocenzo Gasparini Institute for Economic Research (IGIER), and Carlo F. Dondena Centre for Research on Social Dynamics and Public Policy.
Pr. Dominic Rohner
Dominic Rohner is a Professor of Economics at HEC Lausanne, University of Lausanne and a research fellow of CEPR, CESifo, OxCarre and HiCN. He is the PI of the ERC Grant “Policies for Peace”, the leader of the CEPR Research and Policy Network “Preventing Conflict”, and Associate Editor of the Economic Journal.
We would like to thank for the support of our research by the ERC, and CEPR Policy and Research Network on Preventing Conflict (link).