The two-day workshop will bring together social science researchers conducting rigorous impact evaluations of socio-economic or health interventions in humanitarian and conflict-affected settings to present their cutting-edge research methods, exchange expertise, provide feedback, and discuss the current state of the art of research on methods. The call for papers is now open. Priority will be given to interesting discussions of new data and quantitative methods for these settings, rather than findings. Submissions may either focus on the exclusive discussion of data and methods or the novel use of data and methods as part of a larger empirical investigation. We do not wish to discuss as such which interventions work and which ones do not work in conflict settings.
To submit a paper, please send your submission by 10 May 2022 to Sarah Haffar at ISDC at the email address email@example.com. The submissions should be in English. Please also attach a short CV in PDF format and state if you wish to attend in person or virtually. Authors of accepted submissions will be notified by 17 May 2022. The full call for papers is available here.