3ie Delhi seminars 2011

The 3ie Delhi seminar series focuses on examining evidence from impact evaluations of development interventions in a wide variety of sectors. The seminars also explore conceptual issues related to impact evaluations. For more information, please visit the 3ie-Delhi seminars page.

The 3ie Delhi seminar series focuses on examining evidence from impact evaluations of development interventions in a wide variety of sectors. The seminars also explore conceptual issues related to impact evaluations. For more information, please visit the 3ie-Delhi seminars page.

Past Seminars

'Why do people vote the way they do? Do people change their vote based on the information they get? Evidence from Delhi and Rajasthan' by Rohini Pande
December 14, 2011

'Does more autonomy mean less happiness for women? An evaluation of the impact of self-help groups in Orissa' by Thomas de Hoop
October 13, 2011

'Impact evaluation in peace building situations: Realistic?' by Annette Brown
July 6, 2011

'The Impact of Access to Water on Child Health in Senegal' by Lindsey Novak
March 23, 2011

'Self Help Groups: some reflections from the field in Andhra Pradesh' by Howard White
February 24, 2011

'Quantitative versus Qualitative or the need for Mixed Methods' by Howard White
January 13, 2011

Past Seminars

'Why do people vote the way they do? Do people change their vote based on the information they get? Evidence from Delhi and Rajasthan' by Rohini Pande
December 14, 2011

'Does more autonomy mean less happiness for women? An evaluation of the impact of self-help groups in Orissa' by Thomas de Hoop
October 13, 2011

'Impact evaluation in peace building situations: Realistic?' by Annette Brown
July 6, 2011

'The Impact of Access to Water on Child Health in Senegal' by Lindsey Novak
March 23, 2011

'Self Help Groups: some reflections from the field in Andhra Pradesh' by Howard White
February 24, 2011

'Quantitative versus Qualitative or the need for Mixed Methods' by Howard White
January 13, 2011

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