First Fridays: Trey Billing on Economic Reintegration and Prosocial Outcomes in Colombia

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January 15, 2021
12:00PM - 1:30PM
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Zoom

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Add to Calendar 2021-01-15 12:00:00 2021-01-15 13:30:00 First Fridays: Trey Billing on Economic Reintegration and Prosocial Outcomes in Colombia Trey Billing, a postdoctoral fellow with the Mershon Center's Recovering from Violence Research cluster, will describe a collaboration between Mershon’s C2P Lab and researchers at Universidad EAFIT in Medellín, Colombia. This project focuses on the reintegration of demobilized members of the FARC in Antioquia, Colombia. He will open a discussion around a research design which seeks to evaluate the effects of an economic reintegration program on prosocial outcomes among former FARC, as well as members of surrounding communities. Zoom Mershon Center mershoncenter@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Trey Billing, a postdoctoral fellow with the Mershon Center's Recovering from Violence Research cluster, will describe a collaboration between Mershon’s C2P Lab and researchers at Universidad EAFIT in Medellín, Colombia. This project focuses on the reintegration of demobilized members of the FARC in Antioquia, Colombia. He will open a discussion around a research design which seeks to evaluate the effects of an economic reintegration program on prosocial outcomes among former FARC, as well as members of surrounding communities.

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First Fridays 

This event is part of the Mershon Center's First Fridays seminars featuring research by Mershon Center affiliates and taking place the first Friday of each month. We welcome Mershon-affiliated faculty and graduate students, as well as the broader university community, to find out more about our work.