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Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia; April 30 - May 7, 2014. Featuring a special policy forum on "Fostering entrepreneurship for inclusive growth and poverty reduction".

Edition 2014 de l'École PEP-Dakar - 9-20 juin, EN FRANCAIS. Deux cours offerts: modélisation et évaluation d'impacts . Inscriptions en cours.

Deadline for submission of project proposals is May 31, 2014.

A PEP study, commissioned by UNICEF, on the request of the Government of Ghana

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Publications

Special Initiatives

PEP-UNICEF: Long-term partnership agreement to support UNICEF's work on social policy and social protection reform in the MENA region

PEP-UNICEF: Long-term partnership agreement to support UNICEF's work on social policy and social protection reform in the MENA region

PEP-Chad-UNDP : Strengthening local capacity in the construction and simulation of a CGE model for the economy of Chad

PEP-Chad-UNDP : Strengthening local capacity in the construction and simulation of a CGE model for the economy of Chad

PAGE : Policy Analysis on Growth and Employment - co-funded by the IDRC and UK Aid

PAGE : Policy Analysis on Growth and Employment - co-funded by the IDRC and UK Aid

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PEP is funded by

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  • IFPRI
  • IADB
  • UN Women

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