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Does Money Matter? Education Enrollment and Attainment in Rural China

March 11, 2016

In 2006, the Chinese Government introduced a massive block grant program for rural compulsory education, similar to that of Title I grant in the United States.

Human Capital and Labor Market of China

February 17, 2016

9:30-12:00 Session 1: Inequality of Human Capital and Labor Market OutcomesLocation: Goldman Conference Room, Encina Hall East (4th floor) The Health and Nutrition Roots of China's Human Capital...

Amita Chudgar on "Who teaches marginalized children, and what may explain these teacher distribution patterns? Analysis of data from Asia, Latin America, and Sub-Saharan Africa"

May 27, 2015

In the final International Education Initiative seminar of the year, Amita Chudgar, Associate Professor of Educational Administration at Michigan State University and Visiting Scholar at the GSE,...

International Education Initiative Workshop

May 6, 2015

The Interantional Education Initiative workshop series creates a forum for graduate students and young researchers to present and discuss their research.

IEI Seminar: David Baker on "Beyond the Schooled Society, a New Cognitive, Economic, and Demographic Space"

March 31, 2015

About the Topic: Only 150 years ago, the majority of the world's population was largely illiterate and unschooled.

How to better harness big data for international education research

February 20, 2015

International Education Initiative (IEI) Instructional Workshop IEI is a new cross-campus initiative to increase dialogue and collaboration around international education at Stanford. About the...

International Education Initiative (IEI) Workshop

February 13, 2015

 The IEI workshop will provide a forum for graduate students and young researchers working in international education to present their research to other graduate students and faculty members.Brenda...

IEI Workshop

January 23, 2015

We are excited to announce our first International Education Initiative (IEI) events of 2015!

IEI Seminar: Henry Levin on “Challenges to Doing Cost-Effectiveness Studies in Education”

November 21, 2014

About IEI: The International Education Initiative (IEI) is a cross-campus collaboration between FSI and the GSE.  The purpose of IEI is to promote greater collaboration around research and policy...

The Aggregate Effect of School Choice: Evidence from a Two-stage Experiment in India

October 21, 2014

THE INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION INITIATIVE (IEI) Presents:Karthik Muralidharan, Associate Professor of Economics at UCSD“The Aggregate Effect of School Choice: Evidence from a two-stage experiment in...

Jenny Bowen: What China’s Orphans Taught Me About Moving Mountains

May 13, 2014

Author Jenny Bowen will speak about her new book, "Wish You Happy Forever: What China’s Orphans Taught Me About Moving Mountains," at this special FSI and REAP Seminar

Quality education for all children? What works in education in developing countries

February 10, 2014

Education is critical to economic and social development. There has been substantial progress in improving education in developing countries, but there are still considerable challenges ahead.

Teaming Up to Learn How to Overcome Anemia: Nutritional Education and Mobile Messaging Design for Household Engagement

January 25, 2013

This study seeks to understand whether developing an innovative curriculum kit that will supplement health instruction for 3rd to 6th grade students and teachers in underdeveloped areas of rural...

The Real China Threat: Why Might We Need to Worry About a Stagnating China?

May 22, 2012

Stanford Center for International Development Twelfth Annual Huang Lian Memorial LectureThe Real China Threat: Why Might We Need to Worry About a Stagnating China?

Information, Counseling or Conditional Cash Transfers: How Can China Increase Matriculation into High School in Poor Rural Areas?

April 5, 2012

China’s future economic growth is dependent on skilled and educated workers.

Will China Fall into a Middle Income Trap? Growth, Inequality and Future Instability

December 6, 2011

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED The problem: Despite the recent robust growth, there is concern that as China moves up the income ladder that its high level of inequality may be a breeding ground for...

Using Mixed Methods to Improve the Quality and Relevance of Impact Evaluation

April 11, 2011

Overview: It is now widely recognized that a rigorous, policy-relevant impact evaluation embeds the counterfactual analysis of impact in a wider analysis of the underlying program theory (theory of...

Informational Session on FSI Undergraduate Summer Research Internships

February 16, 2011

This event will introduce the 2011 Freeman Spogli Institute's Undergraduate Summer Research Internships.

Understanding the Expansion and Quality of Engineering Education in India

February 22, 2010

The Indian economy has expanded at a fairly steady and rapid rate in the past fifteen years, and part of that expansion has been a greatly increased demand for university graduates, particularly...

Program Evaluation Training

August 22, 2009

A REAP-sponsored workshop lead by REAP affiliate Paul Gewwe (University of Minnesota) designed to target foundation and non-profit managers and executives, researchers and government officials....

International Workshop on Rural Education Policy

August 21, 2009

A REAP-sponsored workshop designed to target foundation and non-profit managers and executives, researchers and government officials.

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Prashant Loyalka Center Fellow
Di Mo Postdoc Fellow
Tao Li Affiliate
Yingquan Song Affiliate
Xiaobing Wang Research Associate, REAP-China
Linxiu Zhang Director, REAP-China
Johan Swinnen Affiliate
Xiaopeng Pang Affiliate
Xinxin Chen Affiliate
Chengfang Liu Program Manager, REAP-China
Thomas Glauben Affiliate
Sean Sylvia Affiliated Faculty