Nos professeurs affiliés et nos équipes travaillent avec les gouvernements, ONG, les organisations charitables et les donateurs pour généraliser les programmes efficaces et pour promouvoir l’utilisation des données scientifiques dans les décisions politiques. A ce jour, 202.72 millions de personnes ont été impactées par ces programmes dans le monde entier.

Three women engage in manual labor

Économie Politique Gouvernance

Fund-flow reforms for improved social program delivery in India

Central and State governments in India have adopted a financial reform to enhance public service delivery informed by evidence. Read More
Smiling woman in a sari with two cows and a goat


Building Stable Livelihoods for the Ultra-Poor

A multifaceted livelihood program has improved the standard of living for over 550,000 people in Bangladesh and India following randomized evaluations by J-PAL affiliates. Read More
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Engaging parents to help their children succeed at school

Engaging parents to help their children succeed at school is a low-cost strategy to improve educational outcomes. Read More

Environnement & Énergie

Improving Third-Party Pollution Audits in Gujarat

Research by J-PAL affiliates Esther Duflo, Michael Greenstone, Rohini Pande, and Nicholas Ryan has shown that making environmental auditors more independent improved the accuracy of pollution audit reports and led industrial plants in the Indian state of Gujarat to reduce their emissions. Read More

Économie Politique Gouvernance

Using Identification Cards to Improve National Social Assistance in Indonesia

Identification cards printed with information about program eligibility and entitlements are a simple, low-cost way to improve access to targeted social assistance programs. Read More
Installed directly at community water sources, chlorine dispensers provide a visual reminder to use chlorine and are calibrated to deliver a precise dose of chlorine solution to treat the most commonly used water transport containers.

Santé, Environnement & Énergie

Chlorine dispensers at community sources provide safe water in Kenya, Malawi, and Uganda

Chlorine dispensers installed at community water sources are a low-cost technology used to treat water for consumption. Read More
Indonesians participate in their community block grants meetings and decision-making process as part of Generasi, 2007 (Komar | Shutterstock.com)

Économie Politique Gouvernance

Incentives improve aid efficacy: The case of the Generasi community block grants

Enabling communities to allocate funds to social programs and services that best meet their needs could more effectively reach the neediest individuals and avoid wasteful spending. Read More