Inside NEUDC, which took place at the Kellogg School of Management Global Hub. © Matt Sharp via Twitter
I just came back from NEUDC (North East Universities Development Conference), which is arguably the best academic development economics conference in the US. It was held at Northwestern University on October 5–6. I thought I would share four interesting things I learned. This is not at all a comprehensive list — for a full recap of the research presented, read Center for Global Development’s round-up. I attended so many interesting presentations and there were even more great ones I missed. But these four stood out because they are relevant to my work or work I’m interested in doing.
Thanks to all the organizers and presenters for a great conference!
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