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.
Child development and policy interventions in developing countries
| Report Summaries
Early childhood is a period of rapid growth and development, which lays the foundations for later life, but it is also a period in which children are at their most vulnerable. Poverty, poor nutrition and under-stimulating and unhygienic surroundings, which affect millions of children in developing countries, hamper and stifle child health and development.
CALL FOR PAPERS - Improving productivity in developing countries
CALL for PAPERS:Improving productivity in developing countries: identifying bottlenecks and obstacles to productive investments and technology adoption (A conference by the Centre for Evaluation of Development Policies (EDePo) at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, London, UK)
The call for papers for this conference is now open and will close on 28 February 2015. Confirmed speakers include: Prof. Pascaline Dupas, Prof. Imran Rasul, Prof. Eliana La Ferrara and Prof. Mark Rosenzweig.
The organising committee invites submissions of high-quality research papers studying these and other constraints in a developing country context. For more information please see the conference event page.