Events
This IFPRI-PIM seminar will present the modeling approach and showcase results from three case studies—Nigeria, Myanmar, and Sudan.
EnGendering Data Blog
Lucia Rost shares her experience using spot phone calls for measuring gendered time use in rural low-income settings.
Newsletter
Select latest publications and blogs, recent and upcoming events from Policies, Institutions, and Markets (PIM).
Blog
A new paper examines Vietnam’s regulatory regime surrounding planting material of vegetatively propagated crops, discussing ways for improvement of the current system.
Publications
Empowering pastoralist women is key for development of pastoral societies in general. How best to do it remains a challenge, but a new note aims to help.
EnGendering Data Blog
How well do phone surveys perform in terms of response rates, response bias, and data quality—particularly for women respondents?
Blog
Key social services are often neglected when government services are decentralized, especially when democratic institutions are weak or absent, research shows.
News
A new interactive guidebook aims to help researchers and practitioners design and implement innovative capacity development activities.
News
Key achievements in 2019, with a focus on outcome stories demonstrating how Policies, Institutions, and Markets research has been used around the world.