3ie Delhi seminars 2013

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.

Past seminars

Rainfall insurance and agricultural and financial decisions: evidence from a series of experiments in India by Shawn Cole, Associate Professor, Harvard Business School, 17 December 2013

Systematic reviews: what have we learned so far? An overview of the evidence by Howard White, Executive Director, 3ie, 24 October, 2013

Teaching quality counts: how student outcomes relate to quality of teaching in private and public schools in India by Renu Singh, Country Director, Young Lives India, 6 September, 2013

Age at marriage, women's education, and mother and child outcomes in Bangladesh by Rachel Glennerster, Executive Director, Jameel-Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) at MIT, 16 July, 2013

The impact of mother literacy and participation program on child learning by Marc Shotland, J-PAL and Faiyaz Ahmed, Pratham, 21 June, 2013

An evaluation of the impact of expanding Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana: a field experiment in Karnataka by Prof. Anup Malani, University of Chicago, 14 June, 2013

Lessons from the field: making impact evaluations work on the ground by Deo-Gracias Houndolo, Impact Evaluation Specialist, 3ie and Radhika Menon, Senior Communications Officer, 3ie, 13 May, 2013

Evaluating the effect of peer-based financial education on savings and financial decision making among foreign domestic workers in Singapore by Dr Rashmi Barua, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Singapore Management University, 12 April, 2013

Shame or Subsidy: what explains the impact of India's Total Sanitation campaign?, by Sumeet Patil, CEO & Research Director, NEERMAN (Network for Engineering, Economics, Research, and Management), 14 February, 2013

Achieving better pregnancy, newborn health and healthy behaviour among the rural poor in India: evidence from a large-scale randomly placed project by Dr Arnab Acharya, Professor & Vice-Dean, Jindal School of Government and Public Policy, 8 February, 2013

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