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Juan Miguel Villa Sep 15
Inspiring keynote presentation by at : "GDP growth is not an end itself"
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Carlos Villalobos Barría Sep 13
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Annika Ojala Sep 12
Excited to be attending the conference today in Helsinki! 🌍
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Agri-Food Economics Sep 14
"What separates developing countries from developed is not just a disparity in resources,but a disparity in knowledge & institutions", argued concerning New Thinking about Development. via
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Econ Films Sep 14
What next for economic development across Asia? Listen to , Frances Stewart (), Ronald Findlay and Will Martin (with ) looking forward and back on the successes and failures at 's
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WIPconsortium Oct 4
Reflections on the excellent conference.
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Carlos Gradín Sep 14
Murray Leibbrandt on key findings about inequality in South Africa
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Carlos Villalobos Barría Sep 14
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Saana Halinen Sep 13
Nothing new but good to hear it again: inequality leads to lower and less durable growth - Jonathan Ostry of the IMF presenting at the conference.
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Camaleonte Sep 14
Professor and former Chief Economist Francois Bourguignon suggests an dashboard with several data sets to monitor country dynamics. and access to are key to process so many issues.
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Carlos Gradín Sep 14
Marcelo Neri on the long fall in inequality in Brazil
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Blandina Kilama Sep 15
Service: highlights the important contribution of tertiary sector in employment in South Africa. The share of public sector employment - ⬆. Results: Unionized public sector workers get wage premium
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Econ Films Sep 15
What's happened in the history of development economics? And what are the new policies and tools of the future? Join , , Erik Thorbecke and José Antonio Ocampo at 's
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Carlos Villalobos Barría Sep 14
J. Stiglitz on a new development model.
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Ekaterina Savchenko Sep 15
When you had chance to talk with Nobel prize winner Joseph Stiglitz. And he is also left-handed
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Rachel M Gisselquist Sep 17
We were lucky to have as discussant in our session on Group-based Inequalities at conference last week. So grateful for her insights - including on a paper by C Canelas & me. Also R Memon. Video soon
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GlobalRenaissance Sep 15
Growth across Africa has been high, but too few new jobs are being created. Why is there so little industry, and what can be done to solve this? explains the key drivers. Find out more:
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Kyle McNabb Sep 13
Heading to the network cafe ? Interested in or (or both..?) Take a first look at the new GRD Explorer
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David  Carment Sep 14
Violence on the Horizon: Elections and Conflict 2018-2019 via
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Venkata Gandikota Sep 14
At of conference Day 2 in Helsinki. "Resetting the International Monetary (Non) System" Issues esp after 2008 crisis: Governance changes, global reserve system, freer cross border capital flow, etc
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