Diwakar KishoreThe London School of Economics and Political Science | LSE · Department of Social Policy
Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Laws (National Law School of India University); Master of Public Policy (University of Oxford); Master Degree ~ International Education Policy (Harvard University); MPhil/PhD candidate at LSE
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Citations since 2017
4 Research Items
September 2020 - December 2024
This paper reviews the main factors that inhibit educational attainment in the developing world. From a systems level approach, the role of technological interventions are analysed for their potential to solve issues in early childhood education, infrastructure, enrollment rates, teacher quality, student well-being, school administration, parent en...
Beliefs shape the culture in any community, which impacts the State. However, States also exercise the power of shaping beliefs. In this paper we examined the relationship between individual’s confidence in the State and their beliefs in hard work, agency and their justification of crime. Using, multi-level models we find a positive association bet...
In this paper we propose a behaviorally informed intervention to address the 'learning crisis' plaguing government schools in Indian. The proposed intervention is aimed at encouraging government school teachers to create and employ lesson plans to increase their effectiveness and improve student learning outcomes. We use behaviorally informed tools...
Propose a behaviorally informed intervention to address the ‘learning crisis’ plaguing the government school in the Indian Education System. The proposed intervention is aimed at encouraging government school teachers to create and employ lesson plans to increase their effectiveness and improve student learning outcomes. The paper uses behaviorally informed tools such as enhanced active choice, defaults, anchors, and checklists and behavioral insights on social norms and present-bias to inform our intervention design.