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Africa Table - CAS Summer Research Award Recipients Present on Kaiser Industries' Economic Relationship with Ghana and Legislative Particularism in Kenya

Join the Center for African Studies for our weekly lunchtime lecture series. This week two 2016 CAS Summer Research Fellows will present on their research.
Prophets of Development: An Investigation into Kaiser Industries’ Economic Relationship with Ghana, 1957-1965Osei Boakye, PhD Student, Department of History, CAS Summer Research Fellow, 2016
Osei Boakye is a graduate student of History interested in aid, debt, development, political economics, and international financial institutions (IFIs) using Ghana as his mode of investigation to showcase the dramatic effects poor decisions made by IFIs, their partner countries, and aid recipients have had in emerging states in those state's maturing phase.Causes and Consequences of Legislative Particularism in KenyaBobbie Macdonald, PhD Student, Political Science, CAS Summer Research Fellow, 2016
Bobbie Macdonald is a graduate student of Political Science with an interest in comparative politics and political methodology.

Details

When:

Wednesday, February 1, 2017. 12:00 PM

Where:

219 Encina Hall West, 417 Galvez Mall

Sponsor:

Center for African Studies

Contact:

650-497-7688
africanstudies@stanford.edu

Admission:

Open to the public. Lunch will be served.