Edward Miguel on Collecting Economic Data by Canoe

People I (Mostly) Admire | 6 November 2021 | 0h 52m | Listen Later | iTunes | Spotify
Interview with Edward Miguel about his pioneering work using randomized control experiments in economics. Discusses the long-term benefits of deworming in Africa; Africa’s long-term economic prospects, and how using a parking-tickets issued to diplomats in New York City to assess corruption around the world. Draws from his book Economic Gangsters.

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