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Papers on Evaluating Policy Interventions

  1. Building State Capacity: Evidence from Biometric Smartcards in India by Karthik Muralidharan, Paul Niehaus, and Sandip Sukhtankar


    Antipoverty programs in developing countries are often difficult to implement; in particular, many governments lack the capacity to deliver payments securely to targeted beneficiaries.

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The Benefits Of Corruption

Of course, we all know corruption at every level, taken on aggregate, is an economic bad. For instance, the corrupters can reduce foreign direct investment (FDI) as nobody wants to invest in a country where their hard work could be undermined by nefarious individuals, in turn harming the long-term economic performance of that nation. 1,186 more words


Millennials: The Problem of the Black Economy in the Technologist Era

Millennials: A demographic cohort, often used for those born in birth years around the early 2000s, that has always lived in a world with accessible information technology. 1,231 more words