By Ciro Avitabile There is no way around it, when people aren’t well incentivized to do their jobs (with monetary or non-monetary incentives) the quality of the work decreases. This happens to be the case in many developing countries with teachers and doctors. The lack of appropriate incentives translates into higher absenteeism and less dedication to their jobs. … [Read more...] about Power to the people?
On Tuesday, I wrote about the results of several Jamaican studies that were presented in London last week at the "Promises for Preschoolers: Early Childhood Development and Human Capital Accumulation" conference. Now, I want to tell you about some of the other research that was presented, with a focus on projects related to Latin America. … [Read more...] about Lessons from an international conference
Last week in London, University College London (UCL), 3ie (International Initiative for Impact Evaluation), the Institute for New Economic Thinking, and EDePo (Evaluation of Development Policy) convened a group of more than a hundred researchers and public policymakers on the topic of child development. The "Promises for Preschoolers: Early Childhood Development and Human … [Read more...] about Jamaica shows results