Chuba Ezekwesili

Chuba Ezekwesili

Masters Student

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Chuba is a Masters Student at Yale University, Research Associate with Impact Matters and Co-Founder of Akanka.

  • Alma Mater: Claremont McKenna College (CMC), Yale University
  • Email: [email protected]

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No Such Thing As A Free Lunch

OPINION - 03 APR 2017

No Such Thing As A Free Lunch

Free goods & services come with hidden costs and unintended consequences.

Counterfactual Thinking: Nigeria's Voter Regret

OPINION - 01 MAR 2017

Counterfactual Thinking: Nigeria's Voter Regret

Would Nigeria be better off if Goodluck Jonathan were president? Can counterfactuals answer such questions?

You've been framed: Why Narratives Matter

OPINION - 25 JAN 2017

You've been framed: Why Narratives Matter

We tend not to respond to things as they are but as they are framed to be.

Signalling: How Much Does it Cost to Inspire?

OPINION - 29 NOV 2015

Signalling: How Much Does it Cost to Inspire?

What happens to social and economic interaction when the cost of signalling gets lowered?

Quantifying Rape: The Case of the Missing Data

OPINION - 28 SEP 2015

Quantifying Rape: The Case of the Missing Data

Discovering the reason behind the absence of data can be significant.

Authority Bias:  To Question or Not to Question

OPINION - 15 SEP 2015

Authority Bias: To Question or Not to Question

Why the Authority Bias is detrimental and how questioning can help mitigate its effects.

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