REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS 

The Evidence in Governance and Politics (EGAP) network is soliciting proposals for field experiments that seek to assess the roles of information to governments and/or community monitoring of resources on the governance of forests and/or freshwater. This Metaketa round is funded by the UK's Department for International Development and invites studies that address the central questions using two or more experimental treatment conditions—a common arm (or arms), to be implemented in a consistent manner by all supported projects, should seek to assess the effects of information provided to governments and/or monitoring by communities on the governance of common-pool forests and/or freshwater; and a second or third arm to be selected by individual research teams to be studied alongside the common treatment(s). 

Awards will range from $150,000 to $250,000. Please see the link to the full request for proposals along with links to the submission form and budget template below. 

Please submit all materials in a PDF format to grants@e-gap.org. The deadline for submission is November 15, 2016, 5:00pm Pacific Standard Time.

Request for Proposals 

RFP Submission Form

RFP Budget Template

Contact Jaclyn Leaver (EGAP Senior Research Manager) at jleaver@berkeley.edu with any questions.


This call for expressions of interest is now closed. Thanks to all who applied. As mentioned below, this call sought to identify clusters of research projects with comparable interventions and outcome measures that would form the basis of the main Natural Resources Metaketa request for proposals. Please see below for a summary of the EOIs we received and stay tuned for the full request for proposals that will be launched in the next few weeks! 

Metaketa III: Natural Resources Summary of EOIs


CALL FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

The Evidence in Governance and Politics network (EGAP) is requesting expressions of interest (EOIs) for leading edge experimental research projects on the effective governance of common-pool resources in developing countries. This grant round is specifically designed to foster knowledge accumulation across studies and is supported by funding from the UK Department for International Development. Successful applicants will engage in closely related projects and adhere to a common set of research standards. For this round, EGAP will support 5-7 research projects that address a common theme. This request for short EOIs seeks to identify clusters of research projects with comparable interventions and outcome measures, which will form the basis of the main call. 

Please submit your EOI in a PDF format to grants@e-gap.org. The deadline for submission is October 6, 2016, 11:59pm Pacific Standard Time.

Expressions of Interest Form

Contact Jaclyn Leaver (EGAP Senior Research Manager) at jleaver@berkeley.edu with any questions.

 

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