We host events around the world and online to share results and policy lessons from randomized evaluations, build new partnerships between researchers and practitioners, and train organizations on how to design and conduct randomized evaluations.

Upcoming Events


Ferramentas práticas para integração de gênero no monitoramento e avaliação de programas

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Painel de discussão apresentando duas ferramentas práticas para integrar a perspectiva de gênero na avaliação de políticas e programas, a Ferramenta de Avaliação Rápida de Resultados em Igualdade de Gênero e Empoderamento de Mulheres da ONU Mulheres e a versão em português do Guia Prático para Medir...
Participants at J-PAL's Evaluating Social Programs course in Cambridge, USA.
Workshop or Training

J-PAL/MIT Evaluating Social Programs Course, 2023

Cambridge, MA, US
This five-day, in-person training provides an in-depth look at why and when randomized evaluations can be used to rigorously measure the impact of social programs.
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Science and the Fight against Poverty: How Far Have We Come in 20 Years and What's Next?

Hosted by:
Collège de France in Paris
This two-day colloquium will focus on how innovation and scientific evidence are driving advances in the fight against poverty.
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J-PAL Africa Evaluating Social Programs Course

Hosted by:
Cape Town, South Africa
The J-PAL Africa Evaluating Social Programs Course will provide a thorough understanding of randomized evaluations and pragmatic step-by-step training for conducting one’s own evaluation.
Cars and trucks drive on a highway in a city surrounded by smog

Economics of Decarbonization Convening

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
J-PAL North America's Environment, Energy, and Climate Change (EECC) team is launching a series of researcher convenings with the goal of coordinating the efforts of researchers to develop a coordinated evidence base (experimental and non-experimental) that will inform carbon mitigation efforts in...
Clockwise, starting top left: Doctor and patient in masks; student and tutor; people in jumpsuits looking at a whiteboard; people in suits on steps

What Works To Reduce Poverty: 10 years of research and evidence-based policy to advance economic mobility

Hosted by:
MIT Samberg Center, Cambridge, MA
Bringing together policymakers, practitioners, and researchers from around the country, J-PAL North America is celebrating 10 years of catalyzing policy-relevant research with a celebratory two-day event.