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IPA Partner TV Commercial: The Anti-Credit Card

Feb 18/13 | From the blog

So what if there was a credit card designed to save you money?

What do you get when a Visa exec comes to an IPA conference? It’ll bust your paradigm shift right out of the box.

Jan 25/13 | From the blog
 
Continuing CGAP’s blog series on practitioners’ takes on our Impact and Policy Conference in Bangkok, Gordon Cooper, head of Emerging Market Solutions at Visa shares his perspective. There to moderate a panel on financial inclusion, he talks about what it was like to come from the private sector into a room full of academic researchers:
 

CGAP Blog: How Do You Get Policy Researchers and Practitioners to Communicate Better? Ask a 12-Year-Old.

Jan 22/13 | From the blog

Iqbal Dhaliwal speaking at the Impact and Policy Conference Our friends over at CGAP are starting a series of posts addressing policy research from the practitioner’s point of view.  In an ideal world policy researchers and practitioners would work closely - researchers want their insights used and pr

Dean Karlan's End-Of-Year Charitable Giving Tips

Dec 28/12 | From the blog

 

Over on Freakonomics, IPA founder Dean Karlan, shares from his experience in his Economist’s Guide to Year-End Charitable Giving

Policy R&D for Better Management Training in the Developing World

Nov 29/12 | From the blog
by Russell Toth
 
Editor’s note: Russell Toth is a Lecturer in Economics at The University of Sidney. In this guest post he talks about research he presented at our Impact and Policy Conference.
 
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