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Now in its fifteenth year, the Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP) supports developing country researchers through training, mentoring and grants to conduct state-of-the-art and reliable policy research and encourage evidence-based policymaking in their home countries. PEP research helps inform national and international debates related to economic policy, poverty, gender, and sustainable development.

As a key development issue, PEP supports policy-engaged research on a wide variety of child well-being issues, notably the measurement of child monetary and multidimensional poverty, community-based poverty monitoring, RCTs and field experiments of child-focused interventions, and simulations of the impacts of economic shocks and policies on children.  


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