Workshops

Papola, T., Pais, J., Carr, S. C., & McWha, I. (2009, June). Project ADDUP in India. A workshop involving a range of stakeholders, participants and subject-matter experts in pay dispersion in transition economies and their implications for development policy. Institute for Studies in Industrial Development (ISID): New Delhi.

Matagi, L., Tumwerbaze, C., & MacLachlan, M. (2009, June). Project ADDUP in Uganda. Kampala, Uganda: Makerere University. A workshop involving a range of stakeholders, participants and subject-matter experts in pay dispersion in landlocked economies and their implications for development policy.

Munthali, A., & MacLachlan, M. (2009, June). Project ADDUP in Malawi. Zomba, Malawi: Centre for Social Research, University of Malawi. A workshop involving a range of stakeholders, participants and subject-matter experts in pay dispersion in landlocked economies and their implications for development policy.

Marai, L., & Carr, S. C. (2009, May). Project ADDUP in Papua New Guinea (PNG). Port Moresby: University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG). As above, but concerning stakeholders, and data/data analysis, with policy implications for poverty reduction initiatives in PNG.

Peniop, J., Kofana, G., Carr, S. C., & McWha, I. (2009, May). Project ADDUP in The Solomon Islands. Honiara, Solomon Islands: University of the South Pacific (USP). As above, but focusing on data gathered in the Solomon Islands, and their practical implications for helping to reduce poverty in that particular South Pacific context.

Carr, S. C. (2008, September). Poverty reduction and organizational psychology: Developing Process skills. Auckland: Massey University Centre for Psychology.

MacLachlan, M., Carr, S. C., & McWha, I. (2008, January/February). Interdisciplinary research for development. Workshop by invitation for the Global Development Network, at their annual congress in Brisbane, Australia.

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