EGAP is a cross-disciplinary network of researchers and practitioners that is united by a focus on experimental research and is dedicated to generating and disseminating rigorous evidence on topics of governance, politics, and institutions. We seek to forge partnerships between researchers and practitioners committed to understanding the politics of global development, advance evidence-based policy making, and improve the quality of empirical research in the social sciences.


New Call for Applications!
 EGAP Membership Round 2017 

EGAP is seeking to add a small number of new members — including a mix of researchers and organizations. We seek to grow by adding young scholars and practitioners to the organization, but the membership selection process will not have any specific restrictions in regards to the age of the applicant. The round will be open across disciplines and follow the general procedures described in the bylaws (http://egap.org/about-us/structure-procedures).

Individual members of EGAP are researchers who have achieved distinction or display great promise in the design, implementation, or analysis of experiments on politics and governance. Institutional members are organizations engaged in policy-making, program implementation or impact evaluation, with demonstrated interest or expertise in the use of experimental methods. Scholars who applied in past (1-2) rounds will be automatically considered and do not need to reapply. (But do send in updated CVs or relevant publication lists).

To access the EGAP 2017 Membership Application, please go to the link found here.

The deadline to submit applications is October 16, 2017.
Please send questions to Goldie Negelev (gnegelev1@berkeley.edu)