PAGE II (2016-2020)

Building on the success of its  “Policy Analysis on Growth and Employment” (PAGE) program, PEP has been granted funding to launch a new program supporting high quality research, capacity development, and policy engagement for growth and employment in developing countries.

Recent findings

Find out about the latest research findings from PEP-supported researchers in developing countries.

National policy conferences

With support from PEP, researchers organize policy conferences in their home countries to directly communicate and discuss their PEP research findings with key policymakers, advisors and other stakeholders.

New PEP impact story from Mongolia

Findings by local PEP researchers in Mongolia inform revisions to national vocational training program to better support unemployed youth.

PAGE

Through its current initiative to build capacities in “Policy Analysis on Growth and Employment” (PAGE) in developing countries, PEP has supported 65 projects (involving 300 researchers) in 34 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, but also Eastern Europe and the Middle East. 

News

December 2017

PEP Impact Story: PEP researchers help address youth unemployment in Mongolia and become national experts in impact evaluation methods.

November 2017 | Quebec City, Canada

Aleksandra Anic, a previously-funded PEP researcher, spent four weeks at Université Laval in Canada having received a 2017 Sylff Research Abroad award.

November 23-24, 2017 | Kenya

Two workshops were held in Kenya this month to discuss the findings and policy recommendations of the PRESM project. A knowledge-sharing workshop was held November 23 in Thika and a scientific workshop was held November 24 in Nairobi.

November 2017

Reporting on the most recent findings and outcomes from PEP-supported research and activities around the world.

November 10, 2017 | Buenos Aires, Argentina

The Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association honoured PEP board member, Professor Nora Lustig, with the title of President Emerita

Publications

About PEP

Contributing contextualized policy solutions to socioeconomic development challenges.

PEP is an international organization that links researchers globally to enhance capacity for development policy analysis in developing countries.

PEP research contributes to informing national and international debates related to economic policy, poverty, gender and sustainable development.

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