J-PAL Europe Executive Education Course 2016, Mannheim
J-PAL Europe is organizing a five-day course, in English, led by affiliated professors from J-PAL, that will teach participants how to measure the effects of poverty programs scientifically and help shape better policies through the use of randomized evaluations.
Through both lectures and group work, participants will be given a thorough understanding of randomized evaluation including:
- When randomized evaluations are appropriate, and how they avoid common pitfalls
- The key components of randomized evaluations
- Guidelines for successful implementation of a randomized evaluation
- How to interpret and present the results
The course is designed for participants from a variety of backgrounds, including managers and researchers from governments, international development organizations, non-governmental organizations, and PhD students from around the world.
|Dates:||August 29 - September 2, 2016|
|Location:||University of Mannheim (course in English)|
|Application:||Complete this online form|
|Fees:||See "J-PAL Europe" here|
|Deadline:||May 31, 2016|
|Contact:||Laura Abadia; [email protected] and [email protected]|