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PEP Annual Report 2009-2010

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New Research Initiative on “Simulating the Distributive Impacts of Different Growth Strategies”

PEP has successfully bid for a $AUS 420,000 study on the distributive impacts of different growth strategies.

New Core and Program Funding from the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID)

AusAID has agreed to provide the PEP network with $AUS 800,000 in core and program funding.

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Thursday March 25th, 2010

Hot Peppers - News of PEP members

Bernard Decaluwé awarded with a medal of honor!


SINGLE-COUNTRY, RECURSIVE DYNAMIC VERSION - Bernard Decaluwé, André Lemelin, Hélène Maisonnave, Véronique Robichaud


This is the general call for proposals for the Poverty and Economic Policy (PEP) research network's 2010 competition. Please note that the deadline for submitting a proposal is Wednesday, January 6, 2010
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NEW BOOK: Louis-Marie Asselin - ANALYSIS OF MULTIDIMENSIONAL POVERTY Theory and Case Studies

This book presents a new method for measuring multidimensional poverty. The author critically analyzes various statistical approaches, and proposes a new way of applying a factorial technique, Multiple Correspondence Analysis, to poverty analysis.

PEP has a new website!!

As the PEP network's scope and magnitude of activities continues to increase, a revamping of the PEP web site became necessary. The new web site seeks to facilitate public access to information on PEP studies, publications and researchers. In addition to a more colourful presentation, it features tools to search the web site by theme and country of interest. We hope that the new web site will help promote PEP researchers and their PEP-funded studies to policy makers, researchers and other individuals and institutions interested by poverty issues.




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