Participate in the research phase
The aim is to identify and calculate the costs and benefits of effective interventions for the country.
Each research question comes with suggested interventions for consideration. These interventions were primarily sourced from hundreds of sector experts during the first phase of the project, the sector expert roundtables, and vetted by prominent experts and economists.
To express your interest in conducting a cost-benefit analysis into one or a group of interventions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV and the completed research plan template.
In the subject line, please include:
- your name
- the sub-topic of interest
Please keep in mind the following dates when submitting your research proposal, as researchers will be commissioned on a rolling basis:
|Health, Nutrition & Population||Monday, August 15, 2016|
|Decentralization, Governance & ICT||Thursday, August 25, 2016|
|Economy, Gender, Industry & Poverty||Monday, September 5, 2016|
|Agriculture & Environment||Thursday, September 15, 2016|
|Education||Monday, September 26, 2016|
|Energy, Infrastructure, Urbanization & WASH||Thursday, October 6, 2016|
See Resources to assist you to download instructions and other materials to prepare your research application.
Resources to assist you
Please download and review the following documents:
- Research Plan Template - To be completed by economist researcher in application to conduct cost-benefit analysis research.
- Economist Handbook - Overview of methodology and expectations for cost-benefit analysis research to be undertaken.
- Detailed Instructions on Interventions for Economist Researchers - Detailed instructions for each sub-topic with the complete list of suggested interventions.
If you have any questions regarding the proposal process or have requests for data and statistics, please send an email to email@example.com.