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(On-going) The impact of inter-village competition and leadership on collective action experimental evidence from Myanmar and Cambodia

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Frame of Image 0 billion (source: World Bank).
• CDD programs typically include various components and it is challenging to identify effects of each component on achieving goals.
Introduction
• It is important to accumulate causal evidence about the effect of key
components of CDD on human behavior and community outcomes.
• By doing so, we can improve our understanding of effectiveness of existing CDD projects.
• It can help CDD practitioners and policy makers find a more effective design of interventions for rural development.
In This Talk
• We overview the adoption of the Korean CDD model (Saemaul Undong; “New
Village Movement”) in Myanmar and Cambodia in 2015-2018.
• We focus on two key components of Saemaul Undong and aim at evaluating their potential effects on collective action through carefully-designed experimental methods.
 Competition-driven approach to funding rural villages  Emphasis on training of leadership
Why: Competition and Leadership
• Inter-village competition
• Between-group competition can promote within-group cooperation (e.g., Sherif et al., 1954; Rapoport and Bornstein, 1987; Erev et al., 1993).
• Competition may have negative effects on human behavior and crowd out intrinsic motivation.
• Leadership
• Leader self-sacrifice plays a key role in cooperation (e.g., Choi and Mai-Dalton, 1998; De Cremer and Knippenberg, 2002). • Leader types are various and perceptions on leader types can matter (Kosfeld and Rustagi, 2015).
Background: Saemaul Undong
• Saemaul Undong (


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Title (On-going) The impact of inter-village competition and leadership on collective action experimental evidence from Myanmar and Cambodia
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Material Type Report
Author(English)

KimBooyuel; Yang, Hee-Seung; Kim, Taejong; Dong, Michell; Choi, Syngjoo

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[Sejong] : KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2019-05
Subject Country Cambodia(Asia and Pacific)
Myanmar(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Economic System
Territorial Development < National Land Development
Social Development < Social Welfare
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management
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* Progress report * Pre-analysis plan can be found in the link. https://www.socialscienceregistry.org/trials/4180/history/46087