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eNews - January 2016

eNews - January 2016

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Improving social protection programs in Indonesia | Delhi conference focuses on innovations in public sector management | Featured Publications: Paying for Performance, Using administrative...

What data can do to fight poverty

Friday, January 29, 2016 - The New York Times

Rigorous randomized evaluations of policies can show us what works and what doesn’t.

Pratham revamps ASER for deeper insights

Friday, January 29, 2016 - Business Standard

Pratham's Read India program was found to be effective by J-PAL-affiliated researchers. It is now exploring new approaches to improving literacy and numeracy.

Research Newsletter - January 2016

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

New Working Papers | New Published Papers | New Evaluations from J-PAL Affiliates and Initiatives | AEA Registry

Sofyan Djalil, Indonesia’s Minister of National Development Planning

Improving social protection programs in Indonesia

Monday, January 25, 2016

"A good policy is one based on evidence," said Sofyan Djalil, Indonesia’s Minister of National Development Planning, at J-PAL's conference in Jakarta.

Arvind Subramanian, India’s Chief Economic Adviser

Delhi conference focuses on innovations in public sector management

Monday, January 25, 2016

On January 7-8, close to a hundred participants attended J-PAL’s conference “Innovations in Public Sector Management: Evidence on Social Protection Programs” in Delhi, India.

eNews - December 2015

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

A website and logo for the New Year | Government of Andhra Pradesh to scale up 'Teaching at the Right Level' with Pratham and J-PAL South Asia at IFMR | Responding to Risk: HIV Prevention...

Lunch with the FT: Roland Fryer

Friday, January 15, 2016 - Financial Times

J-PAL affiliate Roland G. Fryer says that the best way to combat police violence and poor schools is through data.

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