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 Training material – microeconomic analysis (PMMA program)

Mendeley 

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If you register with Mendeley, you are welcome to “join” all the different PEP groups listed below to access these references within Mendeley, but please be careful not to delete any references. 

  • There is a “group” for each sub-topic, which you must join separately. 
  • Once you have joined a group, we encourage you to use the Library tool in Mendeley to navigate the training material.

Note: In addition to the training material below, PEP also provides lists of recommended readings on various themes under “recommended readings”.
 

I – Non-experimental impact evaluations

General

Difference-in-difference

Instrumental variables

Microsimulations

Panel data models

Propensity Score Matching

Regime switching models

Regression discontinuity design
 

II - Poverty/distributive analysis

The links below provide training material on poverty/distributive analysis.
Note that we also have a list of recommended readings (existing studies, etc.) on poverty/distributive analysis, available here.

Poverty measure and monitoring

Growth and poverty dynamics

Poverty/distributive policy impact analysis

Multidimensional poverty analysis

Public spending, poverty and equity
 

III – Software

IV – Courses & Training

Note that PEP offers a series of online training courses on the following subjects:

  • Policy Impact Analysis
  • Computable General Equilibrium Modelling
  • Measuring and Alleviating Poverty and Inequality

Gender Analysis in Economic Policy Research (forthcoming in January 2021)

Courses and training

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