3ie-LIDC London seminar 2013

The 3ie-LIDC London 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 seminar

What we know and don’t know about HIV/AIDS intervention effectiveness: A systematic review evidence gap map by Martina Vojtkova, Systematic Reviews Programme, 3ie, 2 December

Systematic review of demand-side financing for maternal health: examining evidence on effectiveness, feasibility, appropriateness and meaningfulness by Susan F Murray and Ben Hunter, King's College London, 28 November

Relative effectiveness of conditional and unconditional cash transfers for schooling outcomes in developing countries: a systematic review by Berk Ozler, University of Otago, 17 October

The impact of a food assistance program on nutritional status, disease progression, and food security among people living with HIV in Uganda by Dr Suneetha Kadiyala, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, 26 September

The trouble with TVET: some limitations of the technical and vocational education and training literature from low- and middle-income countries by Janice Tripney, EPPI-Centre, Social Science Research Unit, Institute of Education, 20 June

The design and impact of early childhood interventions: evidence from a randomized intervention in Colombia by Emla Fitzsimons, Programme Director, Centre for Evaluation of Development Policy, Institute for Fiscal Studies, 24 April

Getting evidence into policy – politics and institutions by Justin Parkhurst, Senior Lecturer, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and head of GRIP-Health (Getting Research into Policy in Health), 19 March

Getting evidence into policy by Dr Philip Davies, Deputy Director, 3ie, 20 February

Publication bias in systematic reviews in international development: evidence from a systematic review on the impact of farmer field schools in low- and middle-income countries, by Hugh Waddington, Senior Evaluation Officer, 3ie, 24 January

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