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Poverty and Social Impact Analysis

Designing pro-poor policy reforms in Latin America and the Caribbean
 
Location:   I 8 - 300
Begins:   May 23, 2011 08:30
Ends:   May 23, 2011 13:00
Contact Person:   Carlos Silva

PSIA_workshop_photoPoverty and Social Impact Analysis

Designing pro-poor

policy reforms in

Latin America and the Caribbean

 

 

 

 

Monday, May 23, 2011

 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Room: I 8-300

 

The Latin America and Caribbean Region is hosting a workshop to share its recent work on Poverty and Social Impact Analysis (PSIA). This research attempts to characterize the impacts of proposed government reforms on the poor. LAC staff will present on methodologies and preliminary results from several ongoing PSIAs in Peru, Colombia, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic. A closing panel will discuss how PSIA can inform policy design and foster public debate of proposed policies.  

 

Click here for Workshop Evaluation.

 

Presentations

Jones_Job_Formation_Colombia.pdf 

Haven_Rural_Investments_Nicaragua.pdf

Subran_CCT_Dominican_Republic.pdf

delaFuente_Disaster_Risk_Mexico.pdf

Freije_Fiscal_Reform_Mexico.pdf

 

Summary of PSIA not able to present

Social_Programs_Decentralization_Peru.pdf 

 

Digital recording 

of Workshop available at http://vc/ 

Click "RECORDED VIDEOCONFERENCES (ARCHIVE FILES)"

Available in Folder for May 23rd.

 

Agenda

PSIA_Workshop_Agenda.pdf 




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