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J-PAL Europe and CEMFI join conference highlighting results from Spanish Inclusion Policy Lab

The European office of the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL Europe) and the Centre for Monetary and Financial Studies (Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros, CEMFI) participated in “Inclusion Policy Lab: Scientific Evidence at the Service of People,” an event hosted by the Spanish...

Paying Off People’s Medical Debt Has Little Impact on Their Lives, Study Finds

A nonprofit group called R.I.P. Medical Debt has relieved Americans of $11 billion in hospital bills. But that did not improve their mental health or their credit scores, a study found.

How a quantum scientist, a nurse, and an economist are joining the fight against global poverty

The MITx MicroMasters in Data, Economics, and Design of Policy program educates learners around the world using its data-driven approach to poverty alleviation.

Egyptian and Indonesian governments exchange best practices for evidence-based policymaking

A high-level Egyptian delegation of 15 representatives from various government entities participated in a learning exchange visit in Jakarta, Indonesia from 27-31 May 2024. The learning exchange was organized by the Egypt Impact Lab (EIL), with the aim of strengthening the knowledge ecosystem in...

Connecting college students with enriching work experiences

For many college students, working while enrolled is necessary to finance their education and cover their basic needs.

May 2024 North America Newsletter

J-PAL North America's May newsletter features an interview with Rachel Maltz, Senior Program Manager of the City of Carlsbad California’s Innovation and Economic Development Department; new research results on understanding demand for police alternatives, and a blog post on the effects of increasing...

A modest intervention that helps low-income families beat the poverty trap

Letting people work with a “navigator” dramatically increases how often they move to higher-opportunity neighborhoods.

Bayelsa Education Reform Programme For Exhibition In UK

The teaching and learning methodology that drives BayelsaPRIME, the basic education reform programme of Bayelsa State government, is up for exhibition as the 2024 Education World Forum commences in London, United Kingdom, on Sunday, May 19, 2024.