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Edward Miguel, Associate Professor of Economics at the University of California, Berkeley, is author of Africa’s Turn? and coauthor with Raymond Fisman of Economic Gangsters.
The premise that the poorest countries cannot grow is wrong.
Case Study: What Works Best in Poor Countries?
Michael Kremer, Edward Miguel, Clair Null, Alix Zwane
Progress in the world's poorest region.
A learning agenda is the key to Africa's economic future.
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