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Événements

Nous organisons des événements, conférences, séminaires en ligne et ateliers de formation dans le monde entier pour les chercheurs, les décideurs politiques et les acteurs de terrain. 

North America, Dissemination

Research and Innovation: Ed-Tech, Personalized Learning & the Digital Divide

Hosted by: J-PAL North America

31 March 2017 | Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 02142

Abhijit Banerjee headshot

North America, Dissemination

Demonetizing India: what, why, and where now

13 April 2017 | MIT Building 4, Room 237 and webcast

On November 8, 2016, the Government of India announced that all 500 and 1,000 rupee notes would no longer be accepted as legal tender. This decision, known as “demonetization,” is one of the most unusual policy experiments reforms carried out in recent times.

South Asia, Workshop or Training

Measurement and Survey Design Course 2017

3 May 2017 to 5 May 2017
| New Delhi, India

J-PAL South Asia through the CLEAR Initiative is organising a 3-day open enrolment course on Measurement and Survey Design.  The three-day course on Measurement and Survey Design is intended for researchers, M&E professionals and other individuals interested in gaining essential skills for collecting high  quality primary data.

North America, Dissemination

David Autor at J-PAL-MIT Economics Lecture Series

18 May 2017 | MIT's campus in Cambridge, MA and webcast

J-PAL affiliate David Autor will host the fifth lecture in the J-PAL/MIT Economics lecture series: Data. Decisions. Public Policy. Further details to follow.

Africa, Workshop or Training

IPA/J-PAL Africa Executive Education Course, 2017

Hosted by: J-PAL Africa

10 July 2017 to 14 July 2017
| Nairobi, Kenya

This page is a place where participants can find a variety of resources leading up to, during, and after the IPA/J-PAL Executive Education Course in Nairobi, Kenya. It will contain information on course logistics, the course schedule, course lectures, case studies, group exercises, and other pertinent readings.

Africa, Dissemination

Experimenting for a Better Future: Drawing Policy Lessons from Randomised Evaluations

Hosted by: The Wits School of Governance

13 March 2017 | Classroom F, Mwalimu House Wits School of Governance, 2 St David’s Place, Parktown

The policymaking landscape is flooded with ‘great ideas’ for tackling social policy problems, competing for financing and buy-in, despite often limited evidence of their effectiveness. As with clinical trials for medicine, randomised evaluations of development policies can provide a scientific and unbiased way to measure these policies’ impacts across multiple dimensions on people’s lives.

North America, Workshop or Training

J-PAL State and Local Innovation Initiative – Year 1 Participant Conference

Hosted by: J-PAL North America

12 January 2017 to 13 January 2017
| Cambridge, MA and live stream

State and local government leaders, leading scholars, and social service providers gathered in Cambridge on January 12th and 13th to share their first-hand experiences creating and using rigorous evidence to address key challenges related to poverty.

North America, Workshop or Training

State and Local Innovation Initiative Webinar

Hosted by: J-PAL North America

8 December 2016 | Webinar

Group of women wait to collect subsidized rice in Indonesia

North America, Dissemination

What Have We Learned? Improving Development Policy Through Impact Evaluation

Hosted by: Center for Global Development (CGD), J-PAL

6 December 2016 | Washington, DC

CGD and J-PAL take stock of the evidence and impact evaluation movement and its promise for improving social policy in developing countries.

North America, Matchmaking

Innovative Health Care Delivery to Reduce Poverty Conference

17 November 2016 to 18 November 2016
| Cambridge, MA

At this two-day conference in Cambridge, health care experts and practitioners explored opportunities for research, innovation, and evidence-informed policymaking to address a range of national health care challenges.

Polling location with privacy screen reading "Vote"

North America, Dissemination

The Science (and Pseudoscience) of Winning Elections

2 November 2016 | MIT 54-100 or webcast live

In the lead-up to the US presidential election, the third lecture of the D²P²: Data. Decisions. Public Policy. series featured J-PAL affiliated professor Donald Green (Columbia) speaking on “The Science (and Pseudoscience) of Winning Elections."

Smiling woman looks at child's school work

North America, Dissemination

Measurement for Action

19 September 2016 | Cambridge, MA, USA or online

J-PAL hosted the second talk of its lecture series at MIT, D²P²: Data. Decisions. Public Policy. Dr. Rukmini Banerji (CEO of Pratham) discussed her work with the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) and how the massive citizen-led assessment of children’s learning has led to a national debate and changed public priorities in India.