Dean Karlan represented IPA and the Financial Inclusion Program at the Citi-FT Financial Education Summit.
Manila, Philippines
December 05, 2012 - December 06, 2012
IPA’s SME Initiative, in collaboration with Private Enterprise Development in Low-Income Countries (PEDL), held its second Working Group in Cambridge, MA – a full-day event that brought together 41 researchers, practitioners and donors to discuss early-stage research and potential new projects pertaining to SME policy and entrepreneurship.
Cambridge, United States
November 16, 2012
Dylan Ramshaw presented the project Moving Beyond Conditional Cash Transfers in the Dominican Republic at the 10th Conference on Financial Education.
Cartagena, Colombia
October 31, 2012 - November 01, 2012
IPA President Dean Karlan, and FIP Director Aishwarya Ratan, both made presentations on the Means for Change panel at PopTech 2012. 
Camden, United States
October 20, 2012
Pre-conference session at the XV Inter-American Forum on Microenterprise (Foromic 2012).
St. Michael, Barbados
September 30, 2012
The Savings and Payments Research Fund (SPRF), and the Institute for Policy Studies of Sri Lanka hosted a four-day training to help researchers learn more about experimental design for savings and payments research.
, Sri Lanka
September 10, 2012 - September 12, 2012
The Asian Development Bank, in conjunction with Innovations for Poverty Action and the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab, held the Impact and Policy Conference: Evidence in Governance, Financial Inclusion, and Entrepreneurship to share findings in three topic areas of development: Financial Inclusion, Governance and Post-Conflict Recovery, and Small and Medium Enterprise Development.
Bangkok, Thailand
August 30, 2012 - September 01, 2012
Financial Inclusion Program Director Aishwarya Ratan was part of a team making a presentation at USAID Microlinkson commitment savings.
Washington D.C., United States
May 16, 2012
Financial Inclusion Program Director Aishwarya Ratan presented findings from the Aflatoun study conducted by Jim Berry, Dean Karlan, and Menno Pradhan in Ghana.
Washington D.C., United States
April 17, 2012
Financial inclusion - ensuring that the poor have access to financial services that are relevant for their lives - has great potential to alleviate poverty, stimulate economic growth and increase the welfare of the poor. In Ghana and other African countries, a wide group of stakeholders, including governments, NGOs, and financial institutions, is investing considerable resources towards bringing savings and other formal financial services to the poor.
Legon, Ghana
March 14, 2012
Deworm the World was featured at at a World Economic Forum event in Davos in January 2012. The press conference highlighted key achievements of this Young Global Leader initiative and featured exciting new commitments from partners to improve the lives of millions of children through school-based deworming.
Davos, Switzerland
January 31, 2012
On January 19-21, 2012, Innovations for Poverty Action and Strathmore University hosted a three day workshop for approximately 20 African researchers on experimental research design in savings and payments. Participants traveled from 9 countries across Africa to participate in the Nairobi event, which was the first of a series of workshops to be conducted by IPA over the coming three years as part of the Savings and Payments Research Fund, under the Financial Inclusion Program.
Nairobi, Kenya
January 19, 2012 - January 21, 2012
University of California, Washington Center 1608 Rhode Island Ave, NW Washington, DC 20036 (map) 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Washington D.C., United States
January 10, 2012
The SME Initiative hosted its First Annual Conference on Entrepreneurship and SME Development on November 30, 2011. Co-hosted by the Inter-American Development Bank’s Multilateral Investment Fund, this event brought together over 130 researchers, practitioners and policymakers focused on entrepreneurship and SMEs in emerging markets.
Washington, United States
November 30, 2011
IPA’s SME Initiative held its first Working Group – a full-day event brought together 41 researchers, practitioners and donors to discuss early-stage research and potential new projects pertaining to SME policy and entrepreneurship.  The Working Group provided an opportunity for affiliates of the SME Initiative to share their work, discuss potential areas for collaboration, and network with others active in the SME space.   
Cambridge, United States
September 16, 2011