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Revisiting Bill Easterly’s critique of Ha-Joon Chang’s Bad Samaritans


Back in Cambridge, I naturally had to read the works from my renown lecturer, Dr. Ha-Joon Chang. One of them was his book Bad Samaritans: The Guilty Secrets of Rich Nations & the threat to Global Prosperity (Random House Paperback version). … Continue reading

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Blast from the past: The inaugural INET conference


This is sort of a quasi-international development, part IPE-ish entry of a conference that happened way back in April this year. Unlike my previous entries, It’s going to be told in a more informal manner. Continue reading

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