Title

Banerjee and Duflo’s Poor Economics

Document Type

Lecture

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Publication Date

1-7-2021

Abstract

This lecture on Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo's Poor Economics was recorded in January 2021. The lecture was designed for students and faculty in the Freshman Studies program. This program, a multidisciplinary introduction to liberal learning, has been a cornerstone of the Lawrence curriculum since 1945.

The lecturer, Dylan Fitz, is Associate Professor of Economics at Lawrence. He is a specialist in development economics, and his current research evaluates the effectiveness of social programs, the causes of poverty, and the importance of risk and learning in technology adoption. Professor Fitz earned a bachelor's degree in politics at Princeton University with certificates in Latin American studies and political economy. He also earned a master's and doctorate in agricultural and applied economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Professor Fitz joined the Lawrence faculty in 2017, after spending four years in the economics department at Davidson College.

Department

Economics

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FRST Fitz Poor Economics Lecture 2021

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