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Actualités

Parcourez les articles de presse, médias en ligne, blogs, podcasts et vidéos sur notre travail et la recherche de nos affiliés, ainsi que nos communiqués et lettres d'information, par année. Nous invitons les médias à nous contacter par courriel

America has a housing segregation problem. Seattle may just have the solution.

Sunday, August 4, 2019 - Vox

Research by J-PAL affiliates shows dramatic improvements in social mobility for low-income families in Seattle.

How digital health tools can help transform healthcare

Tuesday, July 30, 2019 - Health Data Management

J-PAL affiliate Joseph Doyle describes his evaluation of a new health tool called Clinical Decision Support.

A research spotlight on some of the world’s vulnerable people

Monday, July 29, 2019 - UCLA Newsroom

J-PAL affiliate Manisha Shah is the founding director of UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs's new initiative, called International Development and Policy Outreach.

UChicago to Study Police-Involved Shootings, Officer Training

Friday, July 26, 2019 - WTWW

J-PAL affiliate Oeindrila Dube received funding to evaluate a police training program in partnership with the Chicago Police Department.

Opinion: NGOs — here's how to strengthen your engagement with governments

Friday, July 26, 2019 - Devex

Article highlights J-PAL's work to guarantee that governments make evidence-based policy decisions.

How MTV can help drive social change

Thursday, July 25, 2019 - Live Mint

Article discusses J-PAL affiliates' study, which examined the impact of MTV Shuga, a Nigerian television show aimed at providing information about HIV/AIDS and changing attitudes and behaviours...

Door-to-Door Healthcare Can Reduce Infant Mortality, Trinity Economist Says

Monday, July 22, 2019 - University Times

Article features evaluation by J-PAL affiliates on an entrepreneurial model of community health delivery in Uganda.

Study Leverages Peer Effects to Encourage Adoption of Hygienic Latrines

Wednesday, July 17, 2019 - Yale Insights

In a new study, J-PAL affiliate Mushfiq Mobarak investigated the use of targeted subsidies that leveraged peer effects to spark adoption of hygienic latrines, which reduce the spread of pathogens....

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