Media Coverage
July 16, 2013
  The Financial Times's Tim Harford discusses direct cash transfers and our study on the topic in Northern Uganda. See more coverage of that project here.
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William Jack, Jenny Aker, Dean Karlan
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 services to effect changes in financial behaviors and the impact of mobile money on welfare outcomes.
 
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James Berry, Jessica Goldberg, Dean Karlan, Simone Schaner
June 25, 2013
 
IPA presentation
Media Coverage
June 20, 2013
  The New York Times's Economix blog interviews our affiliate Chris Blattman about the recently-released results of his study on cash transfers in Uganda. 
Media Coverage
June 06, 2013
  Bloomberg discusses IPA's new study on sexual health advice provided via text message in Uganda.
Media Coverage
June 06, 2013
IPA's study on the effects of cash transfers on youth employment and income in Northern Uganda appears in The New York Times. You can read more about the study on Chris Blattman's blog or on our project summary.
Media Coverage
June 05, 2013
IPA's study on the effects of cash transfers on youth employment and income in Northern Uganda appears in Bloomberg Businessweek. You can read more about the study on Chris Blattman's blog or on our project summary.
Media Coverage
June 04, 2013
IPA's study on the effects of cash transfers on youth employment and income in Northern Uganda appears in Forbes. You can read more about the study on Chris Blattman's blog or on our project summary.
Media Coverage
June 03, 2013
IPA's study on the effects of cash transfers on youth employment and income in Northern Uganda appears in Foreign Policy. You can read more about the study on Chris Blattman's blog or on our project summary.
Media Coverage
June 03, 2013
IPA's study on the effects of cash transfers on youth employment and income in Northern Uganda appears in Slate. You can read more about the study on Chris Blattman's blog or on our project summary.
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Christopher Blattman, Jeannie Annan, Eric Green, Julian Jamison
May 02, 2013
 
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October 05, 2012
 
Editor's Note: David Yanagizawa-Drott is Assistant Professor of Public Policy at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.  In this guest post he talks here about his research presented recently at our Impact and Policy Conference.
 
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Jessica Cohen, Günther Fink
July 23, 2012
 
Two Bill Clintons converged on Entebbe, Uganda on Friday. One was hoping to meet his namesake; the other was visiting the east African country to support a pledge to eliminate diarrheal deaths in the country.
 
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Christopher Blattman, Nathan Fiala, Sebastian Martinez, Jeannie Annan
July 09, 2012

Over at The Smoke-Filled Room, Yale PhD student Suparna Chaudhry writes:

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