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What Research Says About the Best Way to Spend Money Now to Solve Homelessness Long-Term

Rohit Naimpally and Laina Sonterblum from J-PAL North America write about the evidence from randomized evaluations on countering homelessness and housing instability in the United States.

Schools Will Spend Millions on Tutoring This Year — Here’s How to Do It Right

Kimberly Dadisman from J-PAL North America writes about how evidence-based research can be used to improve the effectiveness of tutoring programs.

Who Discriminates in Hiring? A New Study Can Tell.

The New York Times writes about a study by J-PAL affiliates revealing new findings on discrimination in the US labor market based on the names on resumes.

Study finds physicians are effective messengers of Covid-19 information regardless of recipients’ race or political beliefs

A new large-scale randomized evaluation has found that messages delivered by physicians increased knowledge about Covid-19 and use of preventative health measures, like mask-wearing and social distancing, regardless of recipients’ race or political beliefs. This research shows that information...

Study finds physicians are widely effective messengers of Covid-19 information

A recent study by J-PAL affiliates explores how people's behavior in the light of Covid-19 can be influenced with accurate and clear information conveyed by trusted experts, such as physicians.

Why Evidence Should Be a Priority in Pandemic Recovery

J-PAL North America's Rohit Naimpally writes about the opportunity to leverage evidence-based approaches to address long-term systemic challenges in state and local governments.

May 2021 North America Newsletter

J-PAL North America's May newsletter features research on scaling and replicating summer jobs programs, a blog post on a research-practice partnership that seeks to improve education in Puerto Rico, and our new webpage on K-12 tutoring.

Jobless Benefits Don’t Make People ‘Lazy,’ Nobel Laureate Esther Duflo Says

In an interview with the New York Times, J-PAL co-founder and Nobel laureate Esther Duflo explains that the desire to do meaningful work and be respected for it is more dominant than financial incentives.