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Involving Students and Young Professionals in the SDG Challe...

I am pleased to report on this platform about an event I attended last night in San Bernardino, California.   . http://entre.csusb.edu/content/innovation-challenge   It included students and young pro...

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PSIA of the Month (April/May 2016)

Key Barriers to Accessing Electricity in Myanmar Myanmar is one of the poorest countries in East Asia with a GDP per capita of US$900 and poverty incidence estimated at 26 percent in 2012. Myanmar is ...

last modified: Simona Palummo
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PSIA of the Month (Feb/March 2016)

Accessibility of the Urban Poor in Metropolitan Areas: Case Study of Beijing   Since the economic reforms of 1979, China has rapidly urbanized changing the urban landscape of cities like Beijing. Desp...

last modified: Simona Palummo
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PSIA of the Month (July 2015)

Understanding Social Impacts & Improving the Acceptability of Electricity Privatization in Turkey   Turkey has had remarkable success in its electricity distribution privatization, adopted as the best...

last modified: Simona Palummo
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PSIA of the Month (January 2016)

Poverty and Social Impact Analysis of Tanzania's Charcoal Sector   With about 95 percent of all households in urban areas relying on charcoal to meet energy needs, charcoal is one of the most importan...

last modified: Simona Palummo
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PSIA of the Month (December 2015)

Analyzing the role of credit constraints in tertiary education in Colombia In recent years Colombia, as well as other middle-income countries, has seen a dramatic expansion of the enrollment in tertia...

last modified: Simona Palummo
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PSIA of the Month (November 2015)

Rural Road Connectivity for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth - by Sangeeta Kumari   This PSIA analyzes the impact of the Indian Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) program, whose main objective i...

last modified: Simona Palummo
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PSIA of the Month (October 2015)

Jordan: Soft skills or hard cash?   The Jordan New work Opportunities for Women (Jordan NOW) pilot was supported by the AGI (Adolescent Girls Initiative) and was a randomized control trial with the ob...

last modified: Simona Palummo
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PSIA of the Month (September 2015)

Adapting to Higher Energy Costs - public perspectives and responses to rising energy costs in Europe and Central Asia Implementing energy subsidy reforms is among the policy priorities for many states...

last modified: Simona Palummo
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Post-Event materials - The SUBSIM Project and Beyond

Dear Members of the PSIA Online Community,   Thank you for your participation in the event "Let's Talk Subsidies: The SUBSIM Project and Beyond" on June 11, 2015.   For those who were not able to atte...

last modified: Simona Palummo