I am the Director of the Center for International Development at Harvard University and Professor of the Practice of Economic Development at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. I am also George A. Cowan Professor of the Santa Fe Institute. My research includes issues of growth, structural transformation, macroeconomic volatility, international finance, gender gaps and aid coordination.
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Coordinating international development assistance is a dauntingly complex endeavor involving 193 nations, a plethora of issues (from agriculture to climate change to human rights) and hundreds of public and private organizations. In this context, top-down coordination efforts are bound to fail. … Continue reading