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Finn Tarp
Danish Professor of Development Economics at 🇩🇰 and former Director of 🇺🇳 (2009-2018).
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Finn Tarp 6h
Thank you! 😃 No events planned in East Africa at the moment, but last year we had the 's 2018 Annual Congress You can access the material here 👇👇 🇹🇿
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Finn Tarp 7h
🤔 Please take a look at the working paper 👇👇 'What might explain today’s conflicting narratives on global ?' by It seems very clear to me 😃
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Channel Africa May 2
[PODCAST] Listen to 's speak about the likelihood of most African Countries seeing GDP Gains from Climate Mitigation. , ,
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Pascual Restrepo May 22
Call for papers: Special Issue Labour Economics on “Technology and the Labour Market” Please share!
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Robert Wilson May 23
Replying to @countcarbon
Birth and death rates in Africa since 1950. Visible: the tragic impacts of war and HIV. Also visible: the tremendous reductions in child mortality in recent decades
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International Centre for Tax and Development May 23
We're calling for proposals on international & . See the details 👉
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Econ Films May 23
Women's status has improved in the last few decades... but key gaps in opportunity and capability persist in all countries. What does the research at tell us about GENDER? An production featuring
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Finn Tarp May 23
Change in runoff for 5 major sub-basins of the Valley: 💧Water sector in is the least sensitive to 💧 is predicted to experience losses of hydropower generation 💧In large-scale floods are projected to happen more often
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KU Samfundsvidenskab May 3
Please welcome our Center for Social Data Science on Twitter! We are excited about following your interdisciplinary and cutting edge research projects in &
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Robert Wilson May 22
Children dying is news. Children not dying is ignored. Is it not time stories like this made the headlines?
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Finn Tarp May 22
is likely to have a material effect on crop choices in
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Finn Tarp May 22
Challenges in -Global demographic & work force projections (2015-2100) -Structural transformation slow -Jobs & employment creation lagging -Agriculture & industrialization constrained
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Finn Tarp May 6
Developing giants: trends 🇲🇽 High persistence in Mexico: N-shape in (1989-1994-2006-2014)
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Amina Ebrahim May 21
Final week to apply for our position in Pretoria. experience welcome! Info here:
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Finn Tarp May 14
‘Made in Africa 🌍 Learning to Compete in Industry’ This book outlines a new strategy to help gets its fair share of the global market. The book is now available free for Kindle at
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Robert Wilson May 14
An animation showing the fall in both child deaths and babies per woman across Africa over the last half century
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Max Roser May 22
The share of people in Africa who are using the internet increased from 3.5% a decade ago to over 20% in 2017. [In our post you find the data von all countries of the world since 1990: ]
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Finn Tarp May 21
Firms in export-intensive sectors engage in more activities
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