Esther Duflo

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Esther Duflo’s research improves our ability to fight global poverty. In just two decades, co-laureates Duflo, Banerjee and Kremer have transformed development economics with their innovative experiment-based approach, which is now a flourishing field of research. Thanks to their work we have clearer perspectives on the core problems within areas such as education and health.

In this podcast episode Esther Duflo talks about how her drive to understand and fight poverty began at an early age. She discusses the world in coronavirus times, and the fears and prejudices connected to migration. Duflo also shares her tips for managers and her best collaboration techniques.

The host of the podcast is nobelprize.org’s Adam Smith.

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