LSEAIDS/DFID/LSE Health public lecture
Date: Thursday 14 May 2009
Venue: New Theatre, East Building
Speakers: Professor Stefan Dercon, Dr Janet Seeley
Chair: Professor Tony Barnett
The HIV/AIDS epidemic in Africa is almost 30 years old yet a number of the worst-case scenarios on the impact of AIDS in Africa have not come to pass. What did happen? The speakers give their answers using data from recent research in Tanzania and Uganda.
Stefan Dercon is a quantitative economist, University of Oxford. Janet Seeley is an anthropologist at the School of International Development, University of East Anglia.
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