Media Coverage
January 04, 2010
Work on the impact of savings in Kenya by IPA Research Affiliates Pascaline Dupas and Jonathan Robinson is mentioned in this article on the importance of saving in the developing world. Nicholas Kristof continues the discussion on his blog.
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CREDIT: 
Camille Boudot & Andre Butler
Pascaline Dupas, Jonathan Robinson
December 31, 2009

Nice article today by Kristof in the New York Times.

Media Coverage
November 30, 2009
Profiles the research and results of IPA Research Affiliates and the Jameel Poverty Action Lab, discussing results from work by Abhijit Banerjee, Rachel Glennerster, Esther Duflo, Pascaline Dupas, Michael Kremer, Edward Miguel, and Karthik Muralidharan.
Media Coverage
November 20, 2009
Nicholas Kristof mentions the effectiveness of deworming, based on a study by IPA Research Affiliates, in a discussion of changing attitudes towards foreign aid. 
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CREDIT: 
Nolwenn Gontard
Leigh Linden, Edward Miguel, Michael Kremer, Esther Duflo, Rema Hanna
September 11, 2009

It is a difficult and not particularly fruitful debate when different sectors important to economic development are pitted against one another in the quest for donor attention. Lasting development progress usually encompasses many areas, and debates that fail to recognize this are often just distracting.   Some of the more interesting (and no less heated) debates are waged once a specific sector of focus or growth constraint has been identified.

Media Coverage
August 20, 2009
This article on fighting poverty by improving the situation of women in the developing world mentions IPA Research Affiliate Michael Kremer's work in Kenya, and also quotes Research Affiliate Esther Duflo. 
Media Coverage
May 10, 2009
Research Affiliate Esther Duflo writes about the benefits of keeping girls in school and how IPA's Ghana Secondary School Project for Girls works.
Media Coverage
November 17, 2008
Thomas Bossuroy and Clara Delavallade describe how school-based deworming programs dramatically improve child health and education at a low cost.
Media Coverage
August 06, 2006
At a time when millions of people each year are still being infected with the virus that causes AIDS, particularly in Africa, a rigorous new study has identified several simple, inexpensive methods that helped reduce the spread of the disease among Kenyan teenagers, especially girls.

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