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Sam Crossman

Sam Crossman

Research Assistant


MSc Economics (Distinction, with prize), UCL, 2016

BSc Economics (First Class), UCL, 2015

Sam joined the IFS in January 2017 as a Research Assistant in the Centre for the Evaluation of Development Policies. He is currently working under Bansi Malde and Marcos Vera-Hernandez on evaluating an intervention in Western Kenya in which information on complementary feeding practices is delivered by trained community members, and investigating the role of household dynamics and salience of information on the effectiveness of these messages.

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Reports and comment

In a speech on Tuesday 9th October, the Secretary of State for International Development, Penny Mordaunt, touched upon a number of important issues taking centre stage in current debates on UK aid spending, including Brexit and the role of private sector investment. These two substantive issues are ...
An informational intervention in Western Kenya