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kunal sen
Director of . Professor of Development Economics
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UNU-WIDER May 23
Tune in tonight to for The Briefing Room with talking about India's politics, Modi's policies and their impact on the
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Simone Schotte May 20
What differentiates people who are poor from those who are not, is not whether they work, but how much they earn from the work they do. invites proposals that assess the livelihood constraints of : , pls help circulate
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UNU-WIDER May 18
Last week was a great week for knowledge sharing at . Piotr Lewandowski from came to share his latest research and and dropped in during their Helsinki holiday to catch up and chat with our .
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Parviz Dabir-Alai #FBPE May 17
thanks for the great keynote today.
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Karen Jackson May 17
: Is Globalisation the cause of premature industrialisation? Keynote lecture, Westminster Development Studies Symposium
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UNU-WIDER May 16
Check out the new blog from UNU-WIDER director and expert
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Pedro Conceicao May 15
Learn more about the great project on " in the giants" (Brazil, China, India, Mexico, and South Africa) from our colleagues & - important insights on the importance of taking measurement seriously.
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UNU-WIDER May 12
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NewsCentral24x7 May 11
Narendra Modi’s Performance on The Indian Economy – Five Key Policies Assessed Perhaps the most disappointing feature of the Modi government has been its lack of success in creating jobs, writes Kunal Sen Read:
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UNU-WIDER May 10
How can countries deliver effective public financial planning? Find out in the new blog from and Roberto Ricciuti
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Francisco Ferreira May 8
Great workshop. Excellent recent work by in updating its WIID database, and by in adding MICs. But much remains to be done for capturing incomes more accurately both at the top and *bottom* of the distribution.
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Janet Gornick May 7
Gratified to speak at yesterday's excellent workshop on inequality with focus on data, middle-income countries, policy implications. Especially happy to summarize LIS' work adding middle-income countries & revising template accordingly.
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Anthill Podcast May 8
How has the Modi government performed on the economy? sums up ’s successes and failures
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Manchester Uni News May 8
Have the economic policies of improved 's economy? Director of & Professor of Development Economics , , gives his verdict for
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IGMozambique May 8
Is Globalisation the cause of premature industrialisation? My keynote lecture in the Westminster Development Studies Symposium
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kunal sen May 8
My assessment of Modi’s performance on the Indian economy @
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UNU-WIDER May 7
Check out the latest podcast from and , featuring our Director speaking on the Indian economy and how it's grew during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s time in office 🇮🇳
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kunal sen May 7
A podcast on the Indian economy, featuring Indrajit Roy, Jens Lerche, Nitya Rao and me. @
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UNU-WIDER May 6
1/2 As researchers we have to interrogate the quality of the available data. "Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted." presenting on the politics of group-based inequalities.
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UNU-WIDER May 6
The impact also shows in the decline in , decline in and decline in in zones. Meanwhile we see the social effect of conflict in lower school enrollments and higher maternal death rates.
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