This Master’s centers on the drivers and consequences of poverty in developing countries, with a primary focus on evaluating policies and programmes designed to address these issues. Through our discussions, we aim to develop a thorough understanding of the approaches to generate and review the empirical evidence regarding the effectiveness of such policies and programmes. It's important to note that while our primary emphasis is on developing countries, many of these challenges are not unique to this context, and we will draw on evidence from developed countries where appropriate.
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