Published on: 2015-06-19
Albert Park, Director of IEMS, delivered suggestions to some of the world’s leading education researchers about how to improve learning levels in the developing world. Specifically, he presented his latest research findings from a study co-authored with Naureen Karachiwalla of IFPRI titled “Promotion Incentives in the Public Sector: Evidence from China”.
His presentation starts at 1:45:23 of the video recording of the sessions during the 2nd day of the conference.
Further detail on the event can be found below:
This two-day conference will provide an opportunity to exchange ideas with some of the world’s leading education researchers about how to improve learning levels in the developing world.
RISE –Research on Improving Systems of Education– is a new, multi-year program to build understanding of the design and implementation of successful education reforms through rigorous, primary research spanning multiple developing countries.
Conference speakers include RISE Research Director Lant Pritchett, Felipe Barrera-Osorio, Vicky Colbert, Jishnu Das, Annie Duflo, James Habyarimana, Kara Hanson, Elizabeth King, Michael Kremer, Karthik Muralidharan, Derek Neal, Pauline Rose, Norbert Schady, and Leonard Wantchekon.
[Bio] Albert Park
[IEMS Working Paper] Promotion Incentives in the Public Sector: Evidence from Chinese Schoolschina, education, Education in China, emerging markets