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Launch of PEP School: Training activities on poverty and economic policy impacts analysis

The "Consortium pour la Recherche Économique et Sociale" (CRES) in Dakar, Senegal, has taken the lead in establishing this initiative in Africa in collaboration with other African institutions. In June 2009 CRES is launching the second year of PEP school on the theme of Modeling the micro impacts of macroeconomic policies and shocks.

Three new PEP books!

Proceedings from previous PEP Meetings

New external publications based on PEP-supported research!

Twenty-one external publications so far.

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