About 30 researchers will come together in Oxford in March 2018 to discuss how the Alkire-Foster Method can be used to evaluate the impact of social protection schemes. Organised by the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI), the Multidimensional Impact Evaluation Workshop will take place at Green Templeton College on March 1-3, 2018.
Participation is by invitation only, but the discussions and results will be reported to the wider development community during and after the workshop, through OPHI’s website and social media channels. The papers presented will later be published as OPHI working papers and in scientific journals.
OPHI has invited researchers from around the globe, in particular from developing countries, to present 14 papers and discuss their findings with colleagues. Papers will address topics such as cash transfers, women’s entrepreneurship, migration, emergency housing and early childhood development, among others. OPHI Director Sabina Alkire will open the workshop, which will conclude with a panel session exploring the policy implications of the research findings.
The workshop is part of a grant funded by the Economic and Social Research Council and the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID).
Multidimensional Impact Evaluation Workshop – March 1-3, 2018 – Green Templeton College, Oxford
Please see the agenda in the link below.