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Publication of PEP findings on maternal and child multidimensional well-being in Kenya

Results from analyzing the multidimensional determinants of maternal and child poverty provide important policy insights for improving human capital investments in Kenya

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PEP Annual Report 2009-2010 now online!

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UNDP-PEP Special Initiative

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) is supporting an initiative for strengthening capacities for poverty and social impact analysis in sub-Saharan Africa

PEP Annual Report 2009-2010

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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.

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The New PEP Newsletter is now available and can be consulted here
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Partnership with Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI)

Research on analyzing poverty in the multidimensional context of the capabilities approach.




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