Bruce Wydick, Distinguished Research Affiliate of the Kellogg Institute and professor of economics and international studies at the University of San Francisco, uses econometric, experimental, and game-theoretic tools to analyze the impact of development programs. Recent work examines microfinance, child sponsorship, animal donation programs, and the role of hope and aspirations in escaping poverty traps. The author of The Taste of Many Mountains (Thomas Nelson/HarperCollins, 2014) and Games in Economic Development (Cambridge University Press, 2007), among other publications. Wydick serves as the director of Mayan Partners, a faith-based nonprofit working in the highlands of Guatemala. He holds a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley.
The Practice of Human Development and Dignity (VIRTUAL)
Podcast: Exploring Religious Belief, Hope, and Transition Out of Poverty in Oaxaca, Mexico (with Bruce Wydick & Kelly Koehnen)
Feb 19, 2021
Putting Dignity into Practice
Feb 18, 2021
A new volume from the Kellogg Institute Book Series on Democracy and Development examines the meaning of the term “human dignity” and asks how those who work in the field can put it into practice.