IMPAQ staff members are encouraged and supported by the firm to present and publish research papers on their own research or on studies that have been performed for our clients. Below are some recent examples of presentations at professional meetings by IMPAQ staff members.
Jaime Meza-Cordero presented the findings of a short-term evaluation of the One Laptop per Child Program in Costa Rica, and explained what the mid-term evaluation would consist of.
This presentation details the plan for a nationwide database which compiles state-specific law information, to streamline and improve the research process.
In this presentation, Linda Toms Barker described a study in which researchers sought to determine how accessible American Job Centers are to people with disabilities.
Michaela Gulemetova presented preliminary baseline findings from three school feeding programs in Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso, and Mali.
This presentation introduces the concept of adaptive design, a method of research in which one or more elements is deliberately changed mid-study.
Melinda Warth presented a study that sought to determine how the Medicare FFS data impacted provider performance results in Oregon and central New Mexico.
In this presentation, Linda Toms Barker explains recent federal regulations concerning the hiring of people with disabilities, and challenges and solutions employers and employees may face.