Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab

EvaluationFunding

In January 2019, GiveWell recommended a $1 million grant—via the Global Health and Development Fund—to Innovation in Government Initiative, a grantmaking entity that sits within J-PAL.[3][4]

As of May 2022, J-PAL has received $200,000 in grants from Open Philanthropy.[4]5][5]6]

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    J-PAL (2020) About us, J-PAL.

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    Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (2019) The Prize in Economic Sciences 2019, The Nobel Prize, October 14.

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    Global Health and Development Fund (2019) January 2019: J-PAL’s Innovation in Government Initiative, Effective Altruism Funds, January.

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    Open Philanthropy (2017) J-PAL — Support for immunization incentives RCTs, Open Philanthropy, March.

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    Open Philanthropy (2021) Grants databasedatabase: Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab, Open Philanthropy.

As of MarchMay 2022, J-PAL has received $200,000 in grants from Open Philanthropy.[4][5]

J-PAL was founded in 2003 by Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Sendhil Mullainathan.[1] Rachel Glennerster was its Executive Director between 2004 and 2017. In 2019, Banerjee and Duflo, together with Michael Kremer, were awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics for their research involvinguse of randomized controlled trials in social science.to alleviate global poverty.[2]

As of December 2021,March 2022, J-PAL has received $200,000 in grants from Open Philanthropy.[4][5]

J-PAL was founded in 2003 by Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Sendhil Mullainathan (J-PAL 2020).Mullainathan.[1] Rachel Glennerster was its Executive Director between 2004 and 2017. In 2019, Banerjee and Duflo, together with Michael Kremer, were awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics for their research involving randomized controlled trials in social science (Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences 2019).science.[2]

In January 2019, GiveWell recommended a $1 million grant—via the Global Health and Development Fund—to Innovation in Government Initiative (IGI), a grantmaking entity that sits within J-PAL (GiveWell 2019).PAL.[3]

As of December 2021, J-PAL has received $200,000 in grants from Open Philanthropy (Open Philanthropy 2017; Open Philanthropy 2021).[4][5]

BibliographyFurther reading

GiveWell (2019) Innovation in government initiative — general support, GiveWell, January.

J-PAL (2020) About us, J-PAL.

Open Philanthropy (2017) J-PAL — Support for immunization incentives RCTs, Open Philanthropy, March.

Open Philanthropy (2021) Grants database, Open Philanthropy.

Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (2019) The Prize in Economic Sciences 2019, The Nobel Prize, October 14.

  1. ^

    J-PAL (2020) About us, J-PAL.

  2. ^

    Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (2019) The Prize in Economic Sciences 2019, The Nobel Prize, October 14.

  3. ^
  4. ^

    Open Philanthropy (2017) J-PAL — Support for immunization incentives RCTs, Open Philanthropy, March.

  5. ^

    Open Philanthropy (2021) Grants database, Open Philanthropy.

As of SeptemberDecember 2021, J-PAL has received $200,000 in grants from Open Philanthropy (Open Philanthropy 2017; Open Philanthropy 2021).

As of September 2021, has received $200,000 in grants from Open Philanthropy (Open Philanthropy 2017; Open Philanthropy 2021).

In January 2019, GiveWell has recommended a $1 million grant—via the Global Health and Development Fund—to Innovation in Government Initiative (IGI), a grantmaking entity that sits within J-PAL (GiveWell 2019).

As of September 2021, J-PAL has received $200,000 in grants from Open Philanthropy (Open Philanthropy 2017; Open Philanthropy 2021).

History

J-PAL has received grants from GiveWell and Open Philanthropy (GiveWell 2015; GiveWell 2019; Open Philanthropy 2015).

Evaluation

As of September 2021, has received $200,000 in grants from Open Philanthropy (Open Philanthropy 2017; Open Philanthropy 2021).

GiveWell has recommended a $1 million grant—via the Global Health and Development Fund—to Innovation in Government Initiative (IGI), a grantmaking entity that sits within J-PAL (GiveWell 2019).

GiveWell (2015) J-PAL and IRD — incentives for immunization studies, GiveWell, October.

Open Philanthropy (2021) Grants database, Open Philanthropy.

Sanchez, Sebastian et al. (2020) Timeline of Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab, Timelines wikiWiki, April 10.