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Impacts of Vocational Education and Cash on Kenyan Youth – Ted Miguel (E2A 2018)

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Ted Miguel, CEGA Faculty Director and Economist at UC Berkeley, presents his research on the impacts of vocational education and cash on Kenyan youth at CEGA’s Conference on the Reality and Future of Work. The event is part of CEGA’s annual Evidence to Action (E2A) series and marks our tenth year as a global leader in economic development research. Founded in 2008, CEGA has become a West Coast hub for research that influences policy dialogues and shapes government decision-making.

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