Monthly Archives: June 2017

How J-PAL thinks globally and acts locally 

Can an antipoverty program work in different settings? New report presents a user’s guide to a tough issue by Peter Dizikes, MIT News Office CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — It is a huge question in development economics: If a program yields good results in one country, will it

Apprenticeship, beyond manufacturing

Apprenticeships are meant for manufacturing is a myth that industry and society is living under Historically, apprenticeships have been popular in manufacturing set up, and perception seems to be carrying on with the industry and the society. The myth has turned into a belief and