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Simulations and field experiments of policy responses and interventions to promote inclusive adaptation to and recovery from the COVID-19 crisis

This project aims to assess the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on national economies and determine the effectiveness of current and potential policy responses in 11 developing countries around the world. It will analyze factors such as sectoral/total production, employment, trade, etc. on national economies, and particularly on household poverty/inequality. It will simulate the impacts of socio-economic policy responses during the lockdown, reopening, and recovery phases and develop a policy simulation model that local researchers and government officials may use to address other policy challenges during and after the current project, and to support governments in the design of effective policy responses. It will also identify general lessons to guide policies in other developing countries.

Project ID
109527
Project Status
Active
Duration
36 months
IDRC Officer
Arjan De Haan
Total Funding
CA$ 1,202,800.00
Location
Argentina
Benin
Ecuador
Ethiopia
Ghana
Ivory Coast
Kenya
Nigeria
Pakistan
Zimbabwe
Programs
Governance and Justice
Sustainable Inclusive Economies
Institution Country
United States
Project Leader
Jane Mariara
Institution
Partnership For Economic Policy, Inc.