3ie LIDC-London Seminars 2017

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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Past seminars

Mapping the evidence base on social, behavioural and community engagement interventions for reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health: Launch of a 3ie-WHO Evidence Gap MapAnnie Portela (WHO) & Rachael Hinton (PMNCH)​, 6 November, 2017

The impact of informal institutions on property rights, disputes and investment: Long term experimental evidence from LiberiaDr Alexandra Hartman, 24 October, 2017

Improving early grade reading in South Africa: Lessons from a government-led randomised control trialDr. Stephen Taylor & Jacobus Cilliers, 4 September, 2017

Do agricultural certification schemes benefit producers and workers in developing countries?, Carlos Oya and Florian Schäfer, 9 June, 2017

Can mass media save lives? Findings from a cluster randomised controlled trial in Burkina Faso,  Dr Joanna Murray, Director of Research at Development Media International, 17 May, 2017

Evidence for Policy Prediction: Intervention-centred or Context-centred? by Nancy Cartwright, FBA FAcSS, Professor of Philosophy, Durham University, Co-Director of Durham's Centre for Humanities Engaging Science and Society (CHESS), 29 March, 2017

Tracking the Evidence of Impact and Boosting the Impact of Evidence: The Global Innovation Fund’s Approach to Development Finance by Ken Chomitz, 22 February, 2017

Sanitation and Child Health in India, by Britta Augsburg, 1 February, 2017

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