This is the eighth in our series of job market posts this year The Global Fund has disbursed nearly $28.4 billion in the last decade to reduce the disease burden from malaria, TB and HIV (Global…

Development Impact Guest Blogger |

This is the twelfth in our series of posts by students on the job market this year. Joint work with Karine Marazyan and Paola Villar“Saving? In Senegal, you don't have the possibility to save…

Development Impact Guest Blogger |

Popular data Nighttime lights satellite imagery (DMSP-NTL) are now a popular data source among economists. In a sentence, these imagery encompass almost all inhabited areas of the globe, and…

Development Impact Guest Blogger |

This is the third in our series of posts by students on the job market this year.Puzzling Results: Economists tend to believe that travel and trade costs reduce welfare. Trade papers like Irwin (…

Development Impact Guest Blogger |

When I drop my kids off at daycare, it does occasionally occur to me: what am I doing to them?   (This thought is particularly acute when they wrap themselves around my legs).    Last year, 3ie…

Markus Goldstein |

We invite you to use open and free access to data collected through the Migration and Remittances Household Surveys conducted for the Africa Migration Project. Please access the household data…

Sonia Plaza |

We have been receiving a lot of requests for data and facts on Haiti, not only on migration and remittances, but also on the real economy. Here is some data we have downloaded from publicly…

Sanket Mohapatra |

With Sanket In addition to the temporary protected status and facilitation of remittances - see my earlier post, when government offices and banks resume functioning, Haiti could usefully tap its…

Dilip Ratha |

A laudable measure that will benefit Haitians, more than any other aid and assistance, is the decision by the United States to grant them temporary protected status (TPS) for 18 months. This will…

Dilip Ratha |