Randomized Control Trials and Qualitative Assessments: What Do They Tell Us About the Immediate and Long-Term Assessments of Productive Safety Nets for Women in Extreme Poverty in West Bengal?

Kabeer, N. and Datta, S. (2020) Randomized Control Trials and Qualitative Assessments: What Do They Tell Us About the Immediate and Long-Term Assessments of Productive Safety Nets for Women in Extreme Poverty in West Bengal?, International Development Working Paper 20-199, London: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), Department of International Development

Women's Access to Market Opportunities in South Asia and the Middle East and North Africa: Barriers, Opportunities and Policy Challenges

Kabeer, N.; Deshpande, A. and Assaad, R. (2019) Women's Access to Market Opportunities in South Asia and the Middle East and North Africa: Barriers, Opportunities and Policy Challenges' London: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), Department of International Development.

Children walking to school in Niger’s Diffa region

Principal Investigators: John Lawerence Aber. Lead Organisation: New York University

Co-investigator: Jeannie Annan 

Principal Investigator: Mark Pelling. Lead Organisation: Kings College London.
 
Co-Investigator: Bruce D Malamud (Kings College London); Blessing Meru (frican Population and Health Research Center, APHRC); Adriana Elizabeth Allen;  (University College Lonodon); Cassidy Anne Johnson (University College London): Susan Marion Parnell (University of Bristol); Mtafu A.Z.

Principal Investigator: Naila Kabeer. Lead Organistion: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Co-investigator: Ashwini Deshpande (University of Delhi)

Principal investigator: Philippe LeMay-Boucher. Lead Organisation: Heriot-Watt University

Co-investigators:Agnes Zabsonre; Louise Grogan; Gilles-Armand  

Principal Investigator: Sabina Alkire. Lead Organisation: University of Oxford

This research project addresses the overarching research question: What factors shape pathways into and out of poverty and people's experience of these, and how can policy create sustained routes out of extreme poverty in ways that can be replicated and scaled up? 

Principal Investigator: Patrick James Nolen. Lead Organistion: University of Essex

Co-investigators: Isaac Osei-Akoto (University of Ghana) and Edoardo Masset (Institute of Development Studies)

Principal Investigator: Saurabh Arora. Lead Organisation: University of Sussex

Co-investigators: Ian Scoones; Vijayabaskar Manimegalai; Cosmas Milton Obote Ochieng; Ajit Menon; Andy Stirling; Yusuf Dirie; Rebecca Maren White

Principal Investigator: Mushtaque Chowdhury. Lead Organisation: BRAC Centre

Co-investigators: Asheek Mohammad Shimul; Ferdous Jahan; Martin Greeley

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