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

Exposed to Civil War as Children, Sierra Leone's Young Adults Suffer in the Labour Market

How a Production Subsidy can Boost Nigeria's Renewable Energy Sector, Growth and Employment

Wage Subsidies can Encourage Women's Formal Employment in Zambia

Civil War and Labor-Market Outcomes in Sierra Leone

"Working while Studying" and Educational Mismatching among Youth: Evidence from Zambia

Combining Financial-literacy Training and Text-message Reminders to Influence Mobile-money Use and Financial Behavior among Members of Village Savings and Loan Associations: Experimental Evidence from Malawi

Can a Wage Subsidy be Used to Improve Women's Formal Employment in Zambia?

Improving Job Matching for Zambia's Youth

A Pathway to Adoption of Yield-enhancing Agricultural Technologies among the Rural Poor: Evidence from a Randomized Control Trial in Benin

Can Urbanization Improve Household Welfare? Evidence from Ethiopia

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