The 2011-2012 PEP Annual Report is now available online

A review of the progress, activities and outcomes of PEP - research, capacity building, policy outreach, publications...

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In a new and improved format, the PEP 2011-2012 Annual Report provides an overall review of PEP activities, progress and outputs in terms of research and policy analysis, capacity building and policy outreach/ impact.

In particular, the report features descriptions of the nature and main outcomes of those research projects supported by PEP in developing countries throughout 2011-2012, as well as of various special research collaboration initiatives initiated or concluded during the same period.

See table of content below:

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PEP 2011-2012 Annual Report

Table of content

 

Section I
Introduction: “About PEP”

Capacity building

Research and policy analysis

PEP Toolbox

Bridging research to policy

PEP schools

Highlights from the 2012 PEP internal monitoring and evaluation report

Section II
PEP research and policy analysis in 2011-2012

2011-2012 PEP policy findings

New PEP initiative for “Policy Analysis on Growth and Employment” (PAGE)

Other PEP special initiatives and collaborations

Section III
Special feature: “PEP impact stories”

A series of brief accounts describing how PEP researchers’ findings and recommendations have contributed to inform and influence policy in developing countries

Section IV
Policy engagement, linkages and influence

Working in close collaboration with policy stakeholders

Dissemination of PEP policy findings and recommendations

PEP national policy conferences worldwide

Section V
Publications

PEP working papers and special reports

PEP policy briefs

PEP books

Partners

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