Centre for the Evaluation of Development Policies

The Centre for the Evaluation of Development Policies (EDePo) is a focal point for research on the impact of a range of specific development interventions and policy reforms in developing countries. It aims to promote best practice in the design, conduct and evaluation of development policies.

Using the infrastructure of a conditional cash transfer program to deliver a scalable integrated early child development program in Colombia: cluster randomized controlled trial

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The objective of this paper is to assess the effectiveness of an integrated early child development intervention, combining stimulation and micronutrient supplementation and delivered on a large scale in Colombia, for children’s development, growth, and hemoglobin levels.

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Marcos Vera-Hernandez interviewed about his prize-winning research

Marcos Vera-Hernandez, winner of the Royal Economic Society Prize for the best paper published in the Economic Journal 2013, was interviewed with his co-author about his research for the RES video shorts series. The video can be viewed here.

The prize winning article, Testing for Asymmetric Information in Private Health Insurance, can be downloaded for free.

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