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Addressing administrative data gaps in India to fight COVID-19 (coronavirus) and speed recovery

J-PAL South Asia's Sohini Mookherjee and Nandini Gupta discuss how to address gaps and challenges facing administrative data in India to fight COVID-19.

Standing in Solidarity with Black Communities

We at J-PAL North America grieve and condemn the ongoing displays of police violence and systemic racism in the United States and acknowledge the physical and emotional distress they cause. This grief and trauma is especially deep for Black communities, and for our staff, partners, and affiliated...

Averting a Crisis in Preventive Healthcare

Shagun Sabarwal, Director of Policy, Training, and Communications for J-PAL South Asia, shares rigorous evidence on what works to improve take-up of preventive health services following a recent drop in use caused by COVID in India.

Poverty Fighters

J-PAL co-founders Esther Duflo and Abhijit Banerjee and J-PAL Global Director Iqbal Dhaliwal discuss J-PAL's work and approach to fighting poverty.

5 Economists Redefining…Everything. Oh Yes, And They’re Women

J-PAL co-founder Esther Duflo is mentioned by Forbes as one of five female economists revolutionizing the field.

Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo on how economies can rebound

J-PAL co-founders Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo discuss how economies can recover from COVID-19.

Study: Benefits Of Workplace Wellness Programs Underwhelming

J-PAL affiliate David Molitor discusses results from his research on the effects of workplace wellness programs.

Lessons from Sierra Leone’s Ebola pandemic on the impact of school closures on girls

J-PAL affiliates Imran Rasul and Oriana Bandiera, along with Andrea Smurra, discuss lessons from their research on the impact of school closures during Sierra Leone's ebola outbreak.