3ie Delhi seminars 2015

The 3ie Delhi Seminar Series aims to enhance effectiveness of policy and practice through impact evaluations. Discussions at these monthly seminars focus on evidence from impact evaluations, systematic reviews and how it affects policy. Conceptual and methodological issues are also debated here.

Past seminars

Making impact evaluations relevant for policymakers in India by Neil Buddy Shah, co-founder and CEO, IDinsight, 21 August

Can e-governance reduce capture of public programmes? Experimental evidence from a financial reform of India's employment guarantee scheme by Prof. Rohini Pande, Harvard Kennedy School, 3 July

Improving learning outcomes through the government school system in India: evaluation of the CCE and LEP programmes in Haryana by Shobhini Mukerji, Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) South Asia at IFMR, 19 May

Does agricultural commercialisation improve welfare? A replication study of Finding Missing Markets by Benjamin DK Wood, 3ie, 24 April

Intergenrational transmission of attitudes towards gender equality: evidence from India by Prof. Tarun Jain, Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, 27 March

Improving agricultural technology adoption: policy lessons from the Agricultural Technology Adoption Initiative by Ben Jaques-Leslie, Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab, 6 February

Delivering effective development: the value of synthesised evidence by Hugh Waddington, 3ie, 21 January. Panel discussion on What is the value of synthesised evidence? Panelists: A. Santhosh Mathew, Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India; Poonam Muttreja, Population Foundation of India and Priya Nanda, International Centre for Research on Women

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