J-PAL’s Innovations in Data and Experiments for Action Initiative (IDEA) will host the IDEA Conference at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). We have postponed the event planned for April but will share a new date as soon as possible.
The IDEA Conference will bring together contributing researchers, data providers, and practitioners for presentations and collaborative discussions of each chapter in the handbook. We are excited for this opportunity to share the hard work and expertise of each of our chapter contributors, and look forward to hosting many J-PAL affiliates and experts in administrative data at MIT.
The IDEA Conference is by invitation. If you would like to participate in the conference, and for questions about scheduling, travel, or logistics, please contact Evan Williams.
For Conference participants
We will share a new date as soon as we feel we can confidently do so.
We are finalizing our rooms for the conference, which will be at the MIT campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
(subject to slight changes as conference plans are finalized)
11:30am: Registration and lunch
1:30pm: Sessions begin
5:30pm: Last session of the day ends
6:00pm: Dinner & reception, location TBA
8:30: Arrive and light refreshments
9:00am: Sessions begin
3:00pm: Concluding remarks
3:15pm: Conference ends, speakers and discussants depart
We have reserved a block of 20 rooms at the Boston Marriott Cambridge in Kendall Square, located at 50 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02142. Conference participants are invited to book one of these reserved rooms. Please contact Evan Williams at [email protected] for booking information or for additional lodging recommendations near campus.