Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP)

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

Can Urbanization Improve Household Welfare? Evidence from Ethiopia

Assessing the Macroeconomic Impacts of Financing Options for Renewable-Energy Policy in Nigeria: Insights from a CGE Model

Boosting Youth Entrepreneurship through Informal Credit in Benin

How the Fertilizer Subsidy Program can Boost Economic Growth and Employment in Ghana

Skills Training and Business Outcomes: Experimental Evidence from Liberia

Urbanization is Improving Household Welfare in Ethiopia

Improving Entrepreneurs' Interpersonal Skills to Increase SME Revenues in Liberia

Réformes Agricoles, Emploi et Réduction de la Pauvreté: Une Analyse en Équilibre Général Dynamique / Agricultural Reforms, Employment and Poverty reduction: A Dynamic General Equilibrium Analysis

Le Rôle des Investissements Publics sur L'emploi des Femmes Sénégalaises Dans un Contexte de Libéralisation Commerciale / The Role of Public Investment in Employing Senegalese Women in the Context of Trade Liberalisation

Politiques Agricoles, Emploi et Revenu des Femmes au Burkina Faso / Agricultural policies, Employment and Income of Women in Burkina Faso

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