3ie-LIDC London seminars 2014

The 3ie-LIDC Seminar Series ‘What works in international development’ explores key issues in impact evaluation of development interventions in a wide variety of sectors. The seminars also explore conceptual issues related to impact evaluations and systematic reviews.

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Past seminars

Why targeting matters: A systematic review of farmer field schools targeting by Daniel Phillips, 3ie London, 4 December

Fieldwork is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see. The importance of going deep on context by Howard White, Executive Director, 3ie, 14 October

Can we save our forests through payments and decentralisation: assessing the evidence by Cyrus Samii, New York University, 12 June

Does beneficiary farmer feedback improve project performance? An impact study of a participatory monitoring intervention in Mindanao, Philippines by Edoardo Masset, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, 27 May

Doing and using impact evaluations: Example from a large scale experiment in Ghana by Annie Duflo, Director, Innovations for Poverty Action, 7 April

Non-monetary incentives for doctors in Tanzania by Michelle Brock, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 19 March

Male circumcision for HIV prevention: from evidence to action by Prof Helen Weiss, Reader in Epidemiology and International Health and Head of Tropical Epidemiology Group, London School of Health and Tropical Medicine, 12 February

Making sense of differences in working conditions: an investigation into the impact of Fairtrade in Ethiopia and Uganda by Chris Cramer, Carlos Oya and Deborah Johnston, School of Oriental and African Studies, 22 January

Truth telling by third-party audits and the response of polluting firms: Experimental evidence from Gujarat, India by Prof. Rohini Pande, Director Evidence for Policy Design , Harvard University; J-PAL Affiliate, 24 January

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