Contact and Commitment to Development: Evidence from quasi‐random missionary assignments
SUMMARY Public support for global development in rich countries is critical for sustaining effective government and individual action. But the causes of public support are not well understood. Does spending time living in a developing country play a role in generating individual commitment to develo...
|Main Author:||Crawfurd, Lee|
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HOBOKEN WILEY 01.02.2021
|published in:||Kyklos (Basel) Vol. 74; no. 1; pp. 3 - 18|
|Data of publication:||February 2021|
|Discipline:||Social Sciences (General)
Dr. Lee Crawfurd Senior Research Associate Center for Global Development in Europe (CGD Europe) 1 Abbey Gardens, Great College Street, London, UK SW1P 3SE email@example.com. Acknowledgements: I'm grateful for helpful comments, advice, and inspiration to Jana Riess, Benjamin Knoll, Lant Pritchett, David K. Evans, Ryan T. Cragun, Matthew Martinich, Derill D. Watson, Matthew Collin, Rohit Naimpally, Georgina Turner, Matt Lowe, two anonymous referees, and editors for Kyklos.
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|Database:||Web of Knowledge
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