It’s a slightly rushed post this weekend due to a lot of work this week and (more so) because I am currently away in Moshi for a Rotary Club Intercity conference.
Here’s your (deep-thinking) Saturday morning reading: 1) Big bloggers asking big questions Part 1) Is ‘the Struggle’ the Baby or the Bathwater?
Here’s your Saturday morning reading: 1) UK Floods. After the deluge – can we have a serious debate on aid?
Here’s your Saturday morning reading… 1) Have hammer, looking for nails Owen Barder criticises DFID’s new economic development programme for ignoring trade reform, illicit financial flows, climate change, migration and more.
Here’s your (bumper edition of) Saturday morning reading… 1) Why foreign aid fails by Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson Ignore the politically convenient (for The Spectator) headline.
Here’s your Saturday morning reading… 1) In the latest Development Drums podcast, Owen Barder talks to Angus Deaton on his new book, The Great Escape, which brings together his research into health, well-being, and economic development.
Here’s an early and seasonal edition of Saturday morning reading (because I’ll be on the beach tomorrow!).