3ie Delhi seminars 2016

The 3ie Delhi Seminar Series aims to enhance effectiveness of policy and practice through impact evaluations. Discussions at these monthly seminars focus on evidence from impact evaluations, systematic reviews and how it affects policy. Conceptual and methodological issues are also debated here.

Past seminars

The role and interpretation of pilot studies in impact evaluation research, Shagun Sabarwal, associate director- training, CLEAR/J-PAL South Asia at IFMR, 20 October 2016

Long-term food and health policies for enhancing children’s physical development: evidence from a longitudinal study in the Philippines, Alok Bhargava, professor, University of Maryland, 24 June 2016

Big numbers about small children: estimating the economic benefits of addressing undernutritionHarold Alderman, senior research fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), 10 May 2016

Stakeholders in experiments: rewards and risks by Heather Lanthorn, senior manager, IDinsight, 27 April 2016

Learning from others: Insights from J-PAL's experience in generating useful evidence from multiple contexts by Rachel Glennerster, executive director, J-PAL, 3 March 2016

Evaluation in the era of SDGs: Is it business as usual? by Marco Segone, director, UN Women’s independent evaluation office, 24 February 2016

The Social Observatory: building adaptive capacity in large-scale projects by Vijayendra Rao, lead economist, Development Economics Group, The World Bank, 1 February 2016

Can self-help group programmes improve women’s empowerment? by Thomas de Hoop, senior researcher, America Institutes for Research, 14 January 2016


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