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The increasing number of PEP-funded researchers (75%, according to a recent survey) being invited to present their work in international conferences, intended for either policy or academic audiences around the world, testifies to the acknowledgment of their authority as field specialists by the international development research community. The PEP Network often provides researchers with the necessary (financial and technical) means to participate to these events.

2017 PEP Annual Conference in Kenya

June 8-14, 2017 | Nairobi, Kenya

PEP conferences gather hundreds of development researchers, practitioners, leading experts, and policy stakeholders from around the world, to discuss the issues, challenges, and opportunities related to development research, policy analysis, and advisory work.

STAARS fellow presented findings at the 91st AES Conference in Ireland

April 24-26, 2017 | Dublin, Ireland

STAARS fellow, Beatrice Muriithi, presented her findings on gender and agricultural technology adoption in Kenya at the 91st Agricultural Economics Society Conference.

PEP researcher presents findings at 2017 IMF Conference on Gender and Macroeconomics

March 23, 2017 | Washington, D.C., USA

PEP researcher, Thierry Babilla, presented his team’s findings on the impact of limited credit access on female entrepreneurship in Cameroon during the 2017 IMF Conference on Gender and Macroeconomics.

STAARS workshop to discuss policy implications of gender and adoption of agricultural technology in East Africa to be held in Kenya

March 17, 2017 | Nairobi, Kenya

PEP and icipe are hosting a special STAARS workshop in Nairobi, Kenya, to discuss the policy implications of agricultural technology adoption in East Africa, with a special focus on gender.

STAARS workshop on impact of agricultural technology on productivity and welfare a success

February 9, 2017 | Kampala, Uganda

PEP and the EPRC discussed the impact of agricultural technology on productivity and welfare at a special workshop in Uganda.

PEP researcher presents findings at the 7th Bolivian Conference on Development Economics

December 8-9, 2016 | La Paz, Bolivia

PEP researcher, Vanessa Sanchez, presented her team’s findings on the impact of minimum wage rises on the Bolivian labor market during the 7th Bolivian Conference on Development Economics.

STAARS Workshop to discuss policy impact of agricultural technology on productivity and welfare in Uganda

February 9, 2017 | Kampala, Uganda

PEP and the EPRC are hosting a special workshop in Kampala, Uganda, to discuss the policy implications of the impact of agricultural technology on productivity and welfare.

2016 PEP Policy Forum recommendations

December 2016

Researchers and donors face the global challenge of how to promote greater interest in the production and use of an evidence base for policies and programs throughout the world. This challenge inspired the theme of the international 2016 PEP Policy Forum held in Manila, Philippines on June 8, 2016.

Three PEP teams discuss impact of mining sector growth in Burkina Faso at joint policy conference

November 17, 2016 | Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Three teams of local PEP researchers held a joint national policy conference in Burkina Faso to discuss the impact of mining sector growth and Chinese investment.

13th CBMS Philippines National Conference

March 1-3, 2017  |  Quezon City, Philippines

The 13th CBMS Phillipines National Conference will be held March 1-3, 2017 in Quezon City, Philippines. Find out more about the conference and how to participate.

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