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Diaspora in Higher Education Development

While flying Air France recently, I flipped through their in-flight magazine and came upon this figure: “$300 billion: The amount of money sent by émigrés all over the world back to their country of origin every year – triple the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Accessibility

In the past week, I have been collecting thoughts about the accessibility of international development research by those who are designing and implementing development programs. (I thought I would include photo of my office from one of my “field” posts, … Continue reading

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Ideas for India

Ideas for India is a new website which collects academics’ and World Bank staff’s opinions on Indian economic development.  The idea is that Indian policymakers and other decision-makers will visit the site to better understand ideas and evidence on policy issues. … Continue reading

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