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Internationale TVSEP-Konferenz über Schocks und Resilienz im ländlichen Südostasien

International TVSEP Conference on shocks and resilience in rural Southeast Asia

The Thailand Vietnam Socio Economic Panel (TVSEP) database consists of multiple household panel waves, village panel waves and migrant tracking surveys, collected since 2007 to today. On May 23rd and 24th, the "International TVSEP Conference on shocks and resilience in rural Southeast Asia" was held as a hybrid event in Göttingen.

The IUW presented a total of six papers and one poster:

Presentations:

Duy Linh Nguyen: “Over-Indebtedness and Child Well-Being: Empirical Evidence from Vietnam”

Manh Hung Do: “Resilience Against Shocks in Developing Countries: Evidence from Panel Data for Rural Southeast Asia”

Robyn Blake-Rath: “Making Smart Choices – Behavioural Traits and Resilience to Environmental Shocks Among Farming Households in Thailand”

Sina Bierkamp: “Farming Efficiency and Natural Resource Dependence: Evidence from Panel Data for Rural Vietnam”

Thanh Tung Nguyen: “Internet Use and Agricultural Productivity in Rural Vietnam”

Ulrike Grote: “Determinants and Impacts of Rural Crime Victimization: Evidence from Thailand and Vietnam”

Poster:

Lukas Wilken (Leibniz University Hannover): “Dams for Water Supply and Electricity Generation: Impact on Selected Determinants of Sustainable Development Goals in South-East Asia”

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