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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Rigorous evaluations for humanitarian interventions: In conversation with the World Food Programme

J-PAL Europe recently organised a virtual training on randomised evaluations for nearly 50 representatives of humanitarian organisations with the support of the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office. The programme featured a presentation from Kristen McCollum, an impact evaluation analyst...

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Evidence for Climate Action in Europe

This webinar shed light on the process, benefits, and challenges of using randomised evaluations to generate evidence in the climate action space in Europe. 

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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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Q&A with affiliate Michela Carlana on an online tutoring program to address Covid-19-induced educational inequalities

Following the shift to online instruction across Italian schools in March 2020, J-PAL affiliates  Michela Carlana (Harvard University) and Eliana La Ferrara (Bocconi University) rapidly launched an online tutoring program to help students from disadvantaged backgrounds who were lagging behind during...