The Evans School Policy Analysis and Research Group (EPAR) uses an innovative student-faculty team model to provide rigorous, applied research and analysis to international development stakeholders. EPAR’s work is embedded within a multi-disciplinary framework, using statistical, spatial, textual, and visualization tools to surface and analyze data patterns, with a commitment to open access tools and broadly accessible dissemination.
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EPAR's research and policy analysis is supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.