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As part of our mandate as a knowledge producer and translator for our main audiences, we maintain a range of free online publication series: briefs, impact evaluation reports, systematic review technical and summary reports, replication papers, evidence gap map reports, scoping, and working papers.

Latest publications

Latest publications

Do performance-based contract models perform?

Other briefs 3ie 2022
 
This brief summarizes findings from a rapid evidence assessment that synthesizes available rigorous impact evaluations of performance-based contracting in road construction in L&LMIC countries.

Understanding caste-based differences in self help groups: Evidence from India’s NRLM program

Working paper 3ie 2022
 
Authors of this paper analyze the caste-based differences in office bearer positions, participation and benefits received by women who are members of self-help groups under India’s National Rural Livelihoods Mission.

Treatment as prevention: A replication study on a universal test and treat cluster-randomized trial in South Africa from 2012–2016

Replication paper 3ie 2022
 

Authors of this paper replicated a landmark study by Iwuji and colleagues (2018) who examined the use of treatment as prevention (TaSP) trials for HIV-positive individuals in rural South Africa.

Incorporating process evaluation into impact evaluation: what, why and how

Working paper 3ie 2022
 
The authors of this paper lay down guidelines that can provide impact evaluators with tools and ideas on how to explore and add relevant elements of process evaluations to experimental and quasi-experimental impact evaluation designs.

What impacts can be expected from Benin’s strategy to expand vocational education?

Other briefs 3ie 2022
 

Authors of this rapid response brief examine key research on programming related to the Benin government's strategy on expanding vocational education.

Promoting women’s groups for facilitating market linkages in Bihar, India

Working paper 3ie 2021
 
Authors of this paper analyze the effects of market linkages on women's agricultural producer groups, which are part of the Women's Advancement in Rural Development and Agriculture (WARDA) project in Purnea District, Bihar.