The 3ie-IFPRI Washington seminar series focuses on examining evidence from impact evaluations of development interventions in a wide variety of sectors.
The seminars explore innovative research on impact evaluation and facilitate discussions.
Scaling Up What Works: Experimental Evidence on External Validity in Kenyan Education, May 9, 2013, Speaker: Justin Sandefur, Center for Global Development
Empowering Adolescent Girls: Evidence from a Randomized Control Trial in Uganda, April 11, 2013, Speaker: Markus Goldstein, World Bank
Does Information Technology Flatten Interest Articulation? Evidence from Uganda, March 14, 2013, Speaker: Guy Grossman, University of Pennsylvania
Promoting Democracy in Fragile States: Insights from a Field Experiment in Liberia, March 8, 2013; Speaker: Cyrus Samii, New York University
The Impact of the Kenya cash transfer for orphans and vulnerable children (CT-OVC) Programme on Productive Activities and Labor Allocation, January 31, 2013; Speaker: Paul Winters, American University
Understanding Heterogeneity: Risk and Learning in the Adoption of Agricultural Technologies, December 13, 2012; Speaker: Andrew Zeitlin, Georgetown Public Policy Institute
Orange Sweet Potato: Biofortification, Crop Adoption, and Health Outcomes in Mozambique and Uganda; October 18, 2012; Speakers: Alan de Brauw, Dan Gilligan, IFPRI
Cash Transfers, Behavioral Changes, and Cognitive Development in Early Childhood: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment; September 6, 2012; Speaker: Renos Vakis, World Bank
Debt Structure, Entrepreneurship, and Risk: Evidence from Microfinance; June 6, 2012; Speaker: Erica Field, Duke University Department of Economics
Business Training and Female Enterprise Start-up and Growth in Sri Lanka; May 23, 2012; Speaker: David McKenzie, World Bank