PEP researchers invited to present their findings at IARIW international conference

Cape Town, South Africa - Sept 28, 2011

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Last fall, the International Association of Research in Income and Wealth (IARIW) invited two PEP researchers from the University of Yaounde II in Cameroon, Epo Boniface Ngah and Francis Menjo Baye, to present their work and findings from the PEP-supported research project on "Spatial and Inter-temporal Sources of Poverty, Inequality and Gender Disparities in Cameroon"at the 2011 conference, held on the theme "Measuring National Income, Wealth, Poverty and Inequality in African Countries". 
Find more information on the event here, and its detailed program here.
Following the event, the researchers were also invited to submit their paper for consideration of publication in a special edition of the Review of Income and Wealth, to be issued within the coming year. 
For more information on that particular PEP research project and related findings, see PEP Working Paper 2011-15 and Policy Brief 84

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