The 3ie-LIDC seminar series ‘What works in international development’ has been running on a monthly basis since early 2011.
Researchers present the results of impact evaluations, systematic review or methodological contribution at these seminars.
These seminars are a great space to interact with researchers, policymakers and development practitioners. They are useful for those who want to know more about evidence-based policy making.
Venue: LIDC, Room 103, 36 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0PD.
Time: 5.30 pm - 6.30 pm.
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Land-use change and forestry programmes: Mapping evidence on effects on greenhouse gas emissions and human welfare outcomes by Birte Snilstveit and Jennifer Stevenson, 23 November, 2016
What policies and interventions have been strongly associated with changes in in-country income inequality? A systematic review by Edward Anderson, 26 October, 2016
Cash transfers: What Does the Evidence Say? A Rigorous Review of Programme Impact and of the Role of Design and Implementation Features by Francesca Bastagli, 5 October, 2016
Beliefs, Parental investment and Human Capital Development by Orazio Attanasio, 27 April, 2016
The Value of Advice: Evidence from the Adoption of Agricultural Practices by Shawn A. Cole, 14 March, 2016
Value of Participatory Impact Assessment and Learning Approach (PIALA) in impact evaluation: lessons from Ghana and Vietnam by Adinda Van Hemelrijck, IDS, 17 February, 2016
Metrics: On the Path from Cause to Effect by Jörn-Steffen (Steve) Pischke, 27 January, 2016