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Foreign Aid and Developing Economies (audio)

Speakers: William Easterly, Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, New York University
Steven Radelet, Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development
Arvind Subramanian, Division Chief, Macroeconomic Studies Division, International Monetary Fund
Clay Lowery, Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, New York University
Presider: Nicholas D. Kristof, Columnist, New York Times
May 12, 2006


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Foreign Aid and Developing Economies

Speakers: William Easterly, Steven Radelet, Arvind Subramanian, and Clay Lowery
Presider: Nicholas D. Kristof

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