El equipo de J-PAL está continuamente organizando distintos tipos de eventos, tales como conferencias, seminarios, webinars y cursos para académicos, miembros de instituciones gubernamentales y no gubernamentales, entre otros.
J-PAL/ CLEAR South Asia is organising its annual Executive Education course. This five-day course provides participants a thorough understanding of impact evaluations and a pragmatic step-by-step guidance on conducting one’s own evaluation. It focuses on evaluation methods and techniques and cover topics including M&E theory and practices, Evaluation design and Sampling Techniques.
Hosted by: J-PAL Africa
This five-day program on evaluating social programs will provide a thorough understanding of randomized evaluations and pragmatic step-by-step training for conducting one’s own evaluation.The course is designed for managers and researchers from NGOs, governments, international development organizations, and foundations from around the world, as well as trained economists looking to retool.
Hosted by: J-PAL Southeast Asia, International Regional Science Association (IRSA) International Institute
Although the idea of impact evaluation is intuitively simple to grasp, in practice there are many pitfalls that can bias results, or otherwise hinder our ability to answer important questions: at best, these can make the impact evaluation uninformative, and at worst, they can be misleading.
Hosted by: J-PAL Global
This is a three-day short course taught by Columbia University Professor of Political Science, and J-PAL affiliate, Donald P. Green, hosted by J-PAL. In this short course you will:
Hosted by: J-PAL Global
This five-day course provides participants a thorough understanding of randomized evaluations and a pragmatic step-by-step guidance on conducting one’s own evaluation.
In May of 2017, IPA and J-PAL brought together a small group of researchers and donors to discuss several current debates and challenges in measuring women’s empowerment and to generate a practical set of recommendations on how researchers, practitioners, and donors can improve the ways we measure empowerment using surveys and non-survey instruments.
China’s rise as an economic power has significantly shifted the patterns of world trade and challenged existing empirical research about how labor markets react to trade shocks.
J-PAL South Asia through the CLEAR Initiative is organising a 3-day open enrolment course on Measurement and Survey Design. The three-day course on Measurement and Survey Design is intended for researchers, M&E professionals and other individuals interested in gaining essential skills for collecting high quality primary data.
On November 8, 2016, the Government of India announced that all 500 and 1,000 rupee notes would no longer be accepted as legal tender. This decision, known as “demonetization,” is one of the most unusual policy reforms carried out in recent times. In this installment of the Data. Decisions. Public Policy.
Hosted by: J-PAL North America
Technology is developing at a breathtaking pace, and it’s fundamentally changing the way teachers, policymakers, and researchers think about education. On March 31st.
Hosted by: The Wits School of Governance
The policymaking landscape is flooded with ‘great ideas’ for tackling social policy problems, competing for financing and buy-in, despite often limited evidence of their effectiveness. As with clinical trials for medicine, randomised evaluations of development policies can provide a scientific and unbiased way to measure these policies’ impacts across multiple dimensions on people’s lives.