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OPHI Summer Schools and Materials


OPHI may be contracted for demand-driven executive education courses, specialized courses for institutions, researcher training modules, undergraduate and graduate course modules, and workshops and conferences. OPHI offers an annual summer school that offers participants a thorough conceptual and technical introduction to current literature and techniques of measuring and comparing capabilities. Materials from previous short courses are available on the Online Training Portal.

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Previous Courses

OPHI Summer School on Multidimensional Poverty Analysis 2014 ~ Oxford University, UK
Start Date: 11 Aug 2014
End Date: 23 Aug 2014
Location: Oxford, UK
With: OPHI Director and Research Officers

Brief Description: Organised by OPHI and hosted at the University of Oxford’s Department for International Development (ODID) Oxford University, Oxford, UK ~ 11-23 August 2014 Read updated information on the course here! The purpose of this intensive summer school is to provide a thorough conceptual and technical introduction to some techniques of measuring multidimensional poverty with a […]
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Upcoming events

seminar:
04 Nov 2014
Special Guest Lecture at 5pm: 'The Art, the (Social) Science and the Politics of Building State Capability for Implementation'
Location: Seminar Room 3, Queen Elizabeth House

seminar:
10 Nov 2014
'Multidimensional poverty and inclusive growth in India: An analysis using growth elasticities'
Location: Seminar Room 2, Queen Elizabeth House

seminar:
14 Nov 2014
'Declining inequality in Latin America: Some hypothesis for confirmation'
Location: Seminar Room 2, Queen Elizabeth House

seminar:
17 Nov 2014
'Multidimensional poverty measurement for EU-SILC countries'
Location: Seminar Room 2, Queen Elizabeth House

seminar:
01 Dec 2014
'Robust pro-poorest poverty reduction with counting measures: the anonymous case'
Location: Seminar Room 2, Queen Elizabeth House