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.
June 14, 2017 | Nairobi, Kenya
As part of the 2017 PEP Annual Conference in Nairobi, Kenya, a high-level Policy Forum will be held on June 14 to discuss evidence-based policy options that promote youth and female entrepreneurship.
A new book, Africa’s Lions: Growth Traps and Opportunities for Six African Economies, coedited by PEP Board member, Haroon Bhorat, examines the economic growth experiences of six fast-growing or economically dominant African countries.
Mai 2017 | La Guyane
Deux chercheurs affiliés au PEP viennent de rendre public une proposition d’étude visant à démontrer comment l’activité du spatial - l’un des premiers moteurs de l’économie nationale - pourrait mieux contribuer au développement de la Guyane.
Findings by local PEP researchers inform Ministry of Finance Action Plan on foreign investment in the Central African Republic.
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.
Findings by local PEP researchers inform implementation of new social security program in Nigeria.
Reporting on the most recent findings and outcomes from PEP-supported research and activities around the world.
The General Readings list for MPIA had been updated to include recent literature.
March 2017 | Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
PEP researcher Burulcha Sulaimanova has been awarded a Ministry of Education grant for her research proposal on “Education-job mismatch and employment outcomes of youth in Kyrgyzstan”