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‘People Will Say What They’ve To Say’

‘People Will Say What They’ve To Say’
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‘People Will Say What They’ve To Say’
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2019-11-01T12:48:04+05:30

Esther Duflo, the youngest Nobel laur­eate in economics, shares the prize with husband Abhijit Banerjee, and MIT colleague Michael Kremer. She spoke to Consulting Editor Hardev Sanotra on Skype from her home in Massachusetts, dwelling on a range of issues from poverty to migration. Excerpts…

Your first choice in life was history, how did you choose economics?

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