Research Analyst, Chief Economist's Office, Africa Region, World Bank
Anna Popova is a Research Analyst in the Chief Economist's Office for the Africa Region of the World Bank, where she works on impact evaluation of human development interventions. Previously, she worked as a Junior Professional Associate in the Human Development Department in the Latin America and the Caribbean Region of the World Bank, designing and implementing education projects in Mexico and the Dominican Republic, and conducting research on youth “idleness” across the region. Before joining the World Bank, Anna worked at the Labor Markets Unit of the Inter-American Development Bank, for the UNDP’s Chernnobyl Recovery and Development Programme, and on social entrepreneurship in South Asia. Anna holds a B.A. in Economics and Management from the University of Oxford and an M.Sc. in International Development from the London School of Economics.
- How to use evidence to improve student learning
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- L’épidémie d’Ebola est peut-être bientôt finie, mais l’urgence demeure
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- Conflit et fragilité en Afrique : ce qu’il faut retenir d’une cinquantaine de travaux de recherche
- The take-aways from four dozen papers on conflict and fragility in Africa in under 2,000 words
- 227 studies later, what actually works to improve learning in developing countries?
- How Systematic Is That Systematic Review? The Case of Improving Learning Outcomes
- Souvenons-nous des orphelins d’Ebola mais n'oublions pas non plus les autres enfants touchés par l’épidémie
- Remember Ebola’s orphans, but don’t forget all the other affected children
- All those external validity issues with impacts? They apply to costs too!
- Do the Poor Waste Transfers on Booze and Cigarettes? No
- Do you agree or disagree? How to ask the question