Pooja Wagh, Anna Cash
October 09, 2013
Ali Ouedraogo
September 27, 2013
Editor’s note: This guest posting is by IPA intern Ali Ouedraogo.  
Dean Karlan
September 26, 2013
  This post originally appeared on NextBillion.net.
Annie Duflo
September 25, 2013
  It is with great sadness that I write as IPA mourns those our community lost, along with the many others, in the Nairobi Westgate attack. We are all shocked by this tragic event.    
Pooja Wagh, Beniamino Savonitto
September 13, 2013
This post originally appeared on NextBillion.net.
Jeffrey Mosenkis
August 21, 2013
August 07, 2013
  Following up on her keynote address at the Evidence on Innovations in Financial Capability conference in June, Ms. Carolina Trivelli, a researcher at the Instituto de Estudios Peruanos and former Minister of Development and Social Inclusion in...
Anna Cash
August 01, 2013
  On July 26, 2013, Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA)’s Financial Products Innovation Fund Working Group convened its second meeting in New York City. This meeting brought together researchers, financial institutions, policymakers, funders, and...
Beniamino Savonitto
July 22, 2013
This cross-post with the Center for Financial Inclusion's blog was written by Beniamino Savonitto, Project Director of the Citi IPA Financial Capability Research Fund.  
Anna Cash
July 08, 2013
  We know that saving is supposed be our best bet for planning for the future, but could smart shopping for debt be more important?  According to Jonathan Zinman, Director of IPA’s US Household Finance Initiative (USHFI), “Despite all the focus on...
Rohit Naimpally
July 02, 2013
  For a short summary of Day 1 of the conference, click here.   Day 2 at the Evidence on Innovations in Savings and Payments conference in Kampala focused on the exciting sphere of mobile financial services. Topics covered included the use of mobile...
John Branch
July 01, 2013
Foreign Policy’s July/August issue features a couple of interesting articles.   
Jeffrey Mosenkis
June 20, 2013
NPR’s Planet Money team had a great story on Morning Edition about clean water in Kenya and interviewed one of our field staff, Evan Green-Lowe about our Dispensers for Safe Water project.
June 19, 2013
  IPA founder and president Dean Karlan was recently interviewed by Rumbo Economico, a Peruvian TV show focusing on economic issues. Watch video of the interview, divided into two parts, below.   Part 1:   Part 2:  
Claire Horrell
June 12, 2013
  The New York Times notes the resurgence of “ability grouping” in US elementary school classrooms:  
Camille Boudot
May 23, 2013
In Sub-Saharan Africa, most labor employed on the farm and in family enterprises is family labor. When we account for the time by family members on the farm and enterprise profits, we find that they are making less per hour than they would be making...
Alexandra Fielden
May 21, 2013
Women in the remote village of Markuny in Kenya are taking the lead and treating their families’ drinking water. This was not always the case; Markuny used to be one of the many places in the world where waterborne diseases are commonplace. Globally...
Beniamino Savonitto, Aishwarya Lakshmi Ratan
May 10, 2013
Does microcredit for the average poor borrower lead to welfare improvement through business investment, or does it fuel consumption and lead to cycles of high-cost debt? What is the best way to support the accumulation of savings for particular life...
Jeffrey Mosenkis
May 02, 2013