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Socio-Economic Transformation
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Photos - AL16

The folk and the formula– pathways to capable states...

Capacity building Institutional economics Socio-Economic Transformation
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Presentation - AL16

The 2012 WIDER Annual Lecture was given by Professor Lant Pritchett. He discussed the importance of building state capability in developing countries for tackling long-term development challenges. View or download slides as pdf

Capacity building Institutional economics Socio-Economic Transformation
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WIDER Annual Lecture by Lant Pritchett

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Capacity building Institutional economics Socio-Economic Transformation
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Economic and political dynamics of Africa's emerging middle class

Economic and political dynamics of Africa's emerging middle class Robust economic growth in much of sub-Saharan Africa over the last decade is largely believed to have coincided with an expanding middle class. According to some estimates, the...

23 June 201426 June 2014
Bonn, Germany
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Invitation - AL16

The 16th WIDER Annual Lecture was given by Professor Lant Pritchett, currently Professor of the Practice of International Development Harvard Kennedy School of Government, in Helsinki, in September 2012, under the enticing title ‘Folk and the...

Capacity building Institutional economics Socio-Economic Transformation
Annual Lecture
WIDER Annual Lecture 16 - The folk and the formula
27 September 2012
House of Nobility, Ritarikatu 1, Helsinki, Finland
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Africa's emerging middle-class

Theme: 2012-13

Sub-Saharan Africa currently is facing a range of demographic and socioeconomic shifts that hold important implications for both the region’s economic and political development. One of these shifts has been the emergence of a sizeable and dynamic...

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