Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL)
In collaboration with Community Jameel and Co-Impact, rigorous research will inform social policies and programs.
Evaluation Incubators to provide technical assistance, training, funding to help partners design randomized evaluations of housing stability strategies and state and local programs.
First results underscore the urgent need for a better understanding of how to address inequities in birth outcomes.
New J-PAL North America publication helps policymakers understand summer programs’ wide-ranging benefits, in such areas as criminal justice involvement, education, and development.
The program’s inaugural honoree, Professor Mohamed H. A. Hassan, president of the World Academy of Sciences, recently visited MIT.
A new platform will unite climate models, impact predictions, random control trial evaluations, and humanitarian services to bring cutting-edge tools to Bangladeshi communities.
New collaboration aims to strengthen Egypt’s poverty alleviation policies through rigorous evaluation and innovation.
How sectoral employment training can advance economic mobility for workers who face barriers to employment
J-PAL North America publication highlights the promise of sectoral employment programs in combating US wage inequality.
Five new state and local government partners will work with J-PAL North America to develop rigorous evaluations of policies and programs related to environment, education, economic security, and housing stability.
In 14.009, a first-year class taught by Nobel laureates, MIT students discover how economics helps solve major societal problems.
Large-scale video campaign allowed physicians and public health messengers to encourage staying home over the 2020 holidays.
Master’s student Pavarin Bhandtivej seeks to bring data to bear on policymaking in Thailand.