research for development
Recognizing the spatial nature of crime has clear public policy implications: if certain factors that are intrinsic to geographic spaces determine the occurrence of a crime, a prevention polic...
Applied research regarding the development problems faced by Latin America is a critical element of CAF's strategy. This research provides the Institution with the possibility of intervening constructively in the debates on public policy in the region in addition to being an instrument to focus the Bank's business strategy. Cooperation with governments in research and knowledge projects is a service that CAF also offers the countries in order to generate useful information and analysis from the policies they implement.
Women heads of households and urban men between 40 and 50 years old, with a formal employment, are the groups with the highest financial education and greater capacity to save in Latin America, according to a new report
22 de February de 2017
CAF-Development bank of Latin America- calls to present research proposals that contribute to the study of the effects of regulations and public policies on productivity in Latin America.
10 de January de 2017
CAF -Development Bank of Latin America- calls to present research proposals that contribute to the study of health as a promoter of social inclusion in Latin America.
01 de December de 2016
Although the incidence of the NiNi phenomenon has fallen in the past two decades, today in Chile one out of five youths between the ages of 15 and 25 does not study or work. Low skills, inequalities, and school drop-out rates are the main ...
20 de September de 2016
The time that parents dedicate to their children, the quality of education, and the first employment that youths get are a determining factor for the future of Bolivia, according to the new Economy and Development Report carried out by CAF...