Theme: The impact of cash and food transfers: Evidence from a randomized intervention in Niger
Speaker: John Hoddinott, IFPRI
Time & Venue: 12.30-2 pm, IFPRI, 4th Floor Conference Room, 2033 K Street
Organised by the Government of Poland, the conference is titled Ex-ante Evaluation of Cohesion Policy for 2014-2020: Recapitulation of the process.
The purpose of the conference is to recapitulate the process of ex-ante evaluation of programme documents for 2014-2020 period, in order to improve quality of evaluation use in the process of public interventions’ planning.
This three-day seminar hosted by the European Institute for Public Administration is directed towards civil servants from EU Member States, candidate countries, the EU institutions and other multilateral institutions, as well as auditors, consultants, staff of NGOs and other stakeholders involved in monitoring and evaluation of policies, programmes and projects. Fee: 1350 Euros.
Theme: Rainfall insurance and agricultural and financial decisions: evidence from a series of experiments in India
Speaker: Shawn Cole, Associate Professor, Harvard Business School
Venue & Time: GDN, Seminar Room of the ISID Complex, Vasant Kunj Institutional Area, New Delhi - 110070, 3.30-5 pm.
The International Growth Centre and Indian Statistical Institute are hosting the fourth annual growth conference. The conference will bring together researchers and policymakers to present and discuss the implications of research produced by the India Central Programme in Phase I of its operation, on various issues central to India's growth and development, and to identify questions for future research.
This conference is hosted by the Centre for Civil Society and the theme this year is 'Education 2025: Student First'.
The conference will bring together educationists and educational planners, policy experts, activists and government officials to discuss and debate existing policies and share their vision for what education should be in 2025. The event will also showcase innovative policy solutions–both national and international–that are being implemented to address current challenges in the Indian education system.