J-PAL Europe, basé à l’Ecole d’Economie de Paris, mène le travail de J-PAL en Europe. Le bureau conduit des évaluations aléatoires, développe des partenariats autour des politiques publiques fondées sur les preuves et aide à généraliser les programmes dont l’efficacité a été démontrée.

En nous appuyant sur notre réseau de professeurs affiliés basés en Europe et au-delà, nous travaillons avec des gouvernements et des acteurs de la société civile pour mener des évaluations d’impact rigoureuses de programmes sociaux. Nous collaborons aussi avec les différents bureaux de J-PAL dans le monde pour fournir des informations probantes aux acteurs du développement en Europe. 

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How Can We Improve Social Inclusion at Scale Through Education Interventions?

This webinar will explore the potential for education interventions to improve social inclusion at scale, with a focus on studies in partnership with education ministries from different settings across Europe.

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Training on Randomised Impact Evaluations for Humanitarian Interventions

J-PAL Europe is pleased to offer its first training on randomised evaluations and their applications in humanitarian settings for implementers and policymakers. Held live over Zoom, this training consists of four half-days of lectures and working sessions, and will equip participants with the...

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Rigorous testing of social policies in Europe: What are we learning?

Researchers in the J-PAL network have conducted over 80 ongoing or completed randomized evaluations of social programs and policies across 20 European countries, with a particular focus on education and labor markets. J-PAL Europe has launched a summary of insights generated from this research. 

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How can insights from rigorous evidence inform policymaking in the Western Balkans?

This post highlights how rigorous impact evaluations can contribute to this broader reflection, including by examining interventions from neighboring countries outside the region facing similar challenges, such as migrant and refugee inclusion in Bulgaria and Turkey.