EPoD teaches rigorous research methods and the latest economic theory in the classroom and in the field.
We have a number of students who work closely with EPoD affiliated faculty members during the academic year and throughout the summer on a variety of research projects. You can check out available opportunities here.
In 2022 we launched the Evidence Corps Internship Program. This is now the CID Global Internship Program and features an International Development workshop, connecting students to global actors in international development during a summer internship.
Our HKS affiliated faculty teach classes in the MPP and MPA/ID programs. You can view our faculty affiliate list here and check out their bios for information on the courses they teach.
If you are interested in supporting PI work, you can reach out to your faculty member to see if they have any opportunities, or you can check out our job opportunities page here (postings include summer internships and fellowships).
EPoD is a program within the Center for International Development (CID). Students have an opportunity to get involved – information about student ambassadors and summer internship funding can be found here.
PhD Students are affiliated through the Center for International Development (CID).
Evidence Corps intern Elliott Mokski explains the need for engaging local stakeholders to ensure richer, higher-quality research.
Evidence Corps intern Alexandra Diggs discusses the panels of the Evidence Sharing Seminar on youth economic inclusion in Morocco
Jie Bai’s recent paper examines how to incentivize higher-quality food products in lower and middle income countries.
Research by Anders Jensen examines the modern tax system that emerges as a country's economy progresses.
EPoD's Evidence Corps connects Harvard students to global actors in international economic research. Discover how to get involved!
The Municipality of Lima worked with MPAID students led by Rema Hanna to identify policy strategies for a sustainable response.
Female entrepreneurs may invest in their husband's household business rather than their own.