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Hi all, My attempts to focus on anything this week have been severely undermined by the start of the NBA season (and Sri Lanka’s inability to win any ODIs, but we’ll gloss over that). Between the gruesomely broken ankles and … Continue reading

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Beyond the Breakpoint: Can Cross-Country Regressions Still Guide Development Policy?

Much influential research on the relation between economic growth and the income of the poor has relied on the unstated assumption that positive and negative growth rates are equivalent in their effect on the poor. As I show in the … Continue reading

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Financial Literacy and Parenting in South Africa

By Janina Steinert – University of Oxford. Living in poverty is not only a shortfall of money but also a daily struggle for securing food and basic needs.  The “one dollar a day” analogy is delusive in that the dollar … Continue reading

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