12:00—1:30 PM
World Bank J Building (J1-50), 701 18th Street, NW, Washington, DC

Economics of Development

The World Bank Info Shop, Global Programs Unit, World Bank Institute and The Center for Global Development
invite you to a discussion featuring a recent publication
Economics of Development, 6th Edition
by Dwight Perkins, Steven Radelet and David L. Lindauer

Chaired by
Emmanuel Jimenez
Sector Director, Human Development, World Bank’s East Asia Region
Mr. Jimenez is also the team leader of World Development Report 2007: Development and the Next Generation

Presented by Authors
David L. Lindauer
Stanford Calderwood Professor of Economics at Wellesley College
Mr. Lindauer, an expert on labor markets, consults frequently for the World Bank and was a Faculty Associate of the Harvard Institute for International Development.

Steven Radelet
Senior Fellow at the Center for Global Development
Mr. Radelet is an expert on foreign aid, debt and financial crises. Mr. Radelet has served as a Deputy Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury and was a Fellow of the Harvard Institute for International Development.

Commentary by
Daniel Kaufmann
Director of the Global Programs Unit

Wednesday, February 21, 2007
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Presentation followed by a light lunch in the InfoShop 
World Bank J Building - J1- 050
701 18th St. NW
(at corner of 18th St. and Pennsylvania Ave.)

Economics of Development is renowned for its accessibility and emphasis on the real-world perspectives of developing countries, using concrete empirical data and case studies to illustrate key concepts. Integrating new coverage of modern growth and human resources theory throughout and with five entirely new chapters, the Sixth Edition represents the most extensive revision of this classic text to date.

Please RSVP to infoshopevents@worldbank.org


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