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Dec 2013: CAPERS 10

November 4, 2013

Capers 10 will be held at Columbia on 6 December.  See events for more.

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CAPERS 8: 16 November 2012

November 9, 2012

See here for agenda and papers

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2012 September updates

September 18, 2012

New working paper using Voix des Kivus data to assess the conflict impact of development aid.  DRC study discussed in the Financial Times. Parliamentary Accountability Study  featured on parliament website and in Ugandan media.

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2012 June Updates

July 3, 2012

Final results from the DRC post conflict project were released (see report here) and presented in Kinshasa, Lubumbashi and Nairobi and at EGAP 7. See also the new paper on Data Fishing produced by the project. The initial findings from the Uganda scorecard project were presented at the ABCDE conference in DC (see paper  here).  […]

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2012 January Project Updates

February 6, 2012

January 2011: Baseline survey has been implemented for the Uganda Parliamentary Communication Project. Lotteries have been held for the Uganda Parliamentary Communication Project, and the TUUNGANE II Aid and Accountability Project. Pilots have been implemented for the NYC housing project.

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2012 Experiments in Development Workshop

February 3, 2012

Hosted at UBC. See http://cu-csds.org/events/eid2012/

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EGAP 7

February 3, 2012

EGAP 7 will be hosted at University of British Columbia  on 27-28 April. See www.e-gap.org for more.

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RFP for research on transparency and accountability

November 16, 2011

Crossposting: The Transparency and Accountability Initiative is pleased to announce a request for submissions by research or evaluation institutions or consortia to develop a rigorous multi‐year research proposal on the impact of Transparency and Accountability  interventions. The aim is to fill critical gaps in our knowledge about Transparency and Accountability interventions and further our common […]

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