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March 11, 2004
Leigh Linden, a Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will present a paper, "Remedying Education: Evidence from Two...
March 10, 2004
The Center hosted an afternoon discussion about the ongoing crisis in Haiti, "Haiti: Putting the Current Crisis in Perspective." Panelists included...
March 9, 2004
In celebration of International Women’s Day, CGD hosted a conversation with prominent women leaders of policy and research institutions to reflect on...
March 2, 2004
Simon Maxwell, Director of the Overseas Development Institute, will discuss how Europeans and Americans view their own and each others’ strategies on...
March 2, 2004
Jamele Rigolini, a Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at New York University, presented a paper, "Political Activism and Redistribution," analyzing the...
February 20, 2004
James Habyarimana, a PhD candidate at Harvard University presented "The Benefits of Banking Relationships: Evidence from Uganda’s Banking Crisis."
February 10, 2004
Carol Graham of the Brookings Institution presented her paper, Can Happiness Research Contribute to Development Economics? The paper addresses the...
January 24, 2004
This event introduced the Seattle Initiative for Global Development, an emerging group of business and civic leaders who believe the private sector...


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