EPAR collaborates with several organizations within and outside the University of Washington.
EPAR has also conducted research with:
- The Focus Group on Digital Financial Services of the International Telecommunications Union, the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies. View our research on national identity programs, digital financial services interoperability, and consumer protection regulations.
- The MasterCard Foundation, whose programs assist people living in poverty by providing access to education, financial inclusion and skills training, with a particular focus on Sub-Saharan Africa. View our research on rural and agricultural finance.
- The START Center, a fellow University of Washington program modelled after EPAR that provides research and analytic support to organizations working in the fields of global and domestic public health. View our research on economic growth and morbidity.