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Developing socioemotional skills: Short-term impacts from a randomized experiment in Ceará, Brazil

Developing socioemotional skills: Short-term impacts from a RCT in Ceará, Brazil
by Daniel Santos
Friday, February 2, 2018 - 11:15am to Thursday, February 8, 2018 - 11:15am
Winter 2018
Lemann Center Conference Room
Short-Bio: Daniel Domingues dos Santos is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of São Paulo- Riberão Preto and the Deputy Executive Secretary of the Brazilian Econometrics Society. His has a background in Economics, with emphasis on the Economics of Education and Early Childhood Development. He graduated from the University of São Paulo in (1997), received a masters degree from the Pontifícia Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (200) and doctorate from the University of Chicago (2008), all in Economics. In his recent work, Daniel has written academic articles in Psychology and Economics, and collaborated with pediatricians, psychologists, nurses, and educators. He is one of the authors of the large-scale social and emotional assessment SENNA, which has already been applied in more than 300k Brazilian students.