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PEP researchers in Nigeria hold national conference to share how a production subsidy can boost the renewable energy sector, growth and employment

March 11, 2020 | Abuja, Nigeria

A team of local PEP researchers held a national policy conference to discuss how a production subsidy can boost the renewable energy sector, growth and employment in Nigeria.

Two teams of PEP researchers in Zambia hold national conference to discuss employment policy recommendations

March 6, 2020 | Lusaka, Zambia

Two teams of local PEP researchers held a joint national policy conference to discuss policies to encourage women’s formal employment and measures to improve youth job matching in Zambia

PEP researchers in Bolivia hold national conference to discuss how currency devaluation can boost growth and employment

February 12, 2020 | La Paz, Boliva

A team of local PEP researchers held a national policy conference to share their recommendations for how currency devaluation can boost growth and employment in Bolivia.

PEP researchers in Ghana hold national conference to share how fertilizer subsidies can promote growth and employment

January 15, 2020 | Accra, Ghana

A team of local PEP researchers held a national policy conference to discuss how Ghana’s fertilizer subsidy program can boost economic growth and employment.

How can promoting trade maximize labour market benefits?

November 2019

Findings from a number of PEP projects agree that the benefits of trade are often unequally distributed, and can be greater when measures also support small producers.

Fourteen project teams selected for third round of PAGE II support

September 2019

Fourteen multidisciplinary teams from developing countries will benefit from PEP support under the third round of the PAGE II initiative.

Highlights from the 2019 PEP Special General Meeting

August 30-September 6, 2019 | Saly, Senegal

The 2019 PEP Special General Meeting in Senegal brought together almost 80 participants for a very productive and successful event.

2019 PEP Special General Meeting

August 30 - September 6, 2019 | Saly, Senegal

Teams of researchers and government-affiliated officers will attend the 2019 PEP Special General Meeting to receive intensive training, as well as to present their research proposals for discussion and peer review. 

Minimum wage programs need to be designed on a per-country basis

August 2019

Findings from a number of PEP projects agree that minimum wage programs need to be adapted the target population to avoid creating unintended problems, especially for vulnerable groups.

Work-relevant education and training is crucial to successful school-to-work transitions

August 2019

Findings from a number of PEP projects agree that education and working-while-studying are key for smoother school-to-work transitions in developing countries.

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