Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP)

Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP)

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The Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP) is a non-profit, international organization that links institutions and researchers globally to strengthen policy research and analysis in developing countries. PEP specializes in policy research and capacity building to inform national and international debates on broad social and economic policy issues including poverty, gender, social services, employment, inclusive growth and sustainable development in developing countries

Latest publications

The Effects of Minimum Wages on the Labor Market and Income Distribution in Kenya: A CGE Analysis

Peer Effects and Risk-taking among Entrepreneurs: Lab-in-the-Field Evidence

Strengthening Social Protection in the Informal Sector through CBMS: Case of the Communes of Diébougou (Province of Bougouriba), Koper (Province of Ioba) and To (Province of Sissili)

The Major Bottlenecks of Micro and Small Scale Enterprises' Growth in Ethiopia: An Econometric Analysis

The Impact of an Unconditional Non-Contributory Cash Transfer Scheme on the Wellbeing of the Elderly in Ekiti State, Nigeria

Locus of Control and Technology Adoption in Africa: Evidence from Ethiopia

Do Safety Net Transfers Improve Household Diets and Reduce Undernutrition? Evidence from Rural Ethiopia

Does Gender Matter in Adoption of Sustainable Agricultural Technologies? A Case of Push-Pull Technology in Kenya

Gold Exploitation and Socioeconomic Outcomes: The Case of Burkina Faso

The Role of Micro and Small Scale Enterprises in the Ethiopian Economy, Government Intervention and Alternative Strategies: A CGE Analysis

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