RT @coreeconteam: Congratulations to Esther Duflo, joint winner of the #NobelPrize in economics 2019. Here is the #EconomistsinAction video…
@EOrtizOspina @OurWorldInData On https://t.co/ce4Tq6IBZX @ATabarrok is doing a great job in summarizing why they received the prize.
This is how he summarizes Kremer’s population paper (so much better than I did in this thread above!) https://t.co/YEqCwQjVLq
@EOrtizOspina @OurWorldInData Nobel laureates Banerjee and Duflo also studied the microcredit revolution, for which Muhammad Yunus received the Peace Nobel in 2006.
Here is their key paper (open access) https://t.co/B0jJPvX1zp
They see some positives, but are not as enthusiastic as many were in 2006. https://t.co/hjnNID6mCb
@OskariOinonen Living costs are not same everywhere and that’s why they are taken into account as explained in this entry.
@EOrtizOspina @OurWorldInData I’m also happy about it because it means that there are now more Nobel winners who are https://t.co/W3jYzkv76R users.
Here are Duflo and Banerjee discussing our chart on the long-term history of extreme poverty.
[more on this: https://t.co/Us4Rv5AHRV] https://t.co/cNppAlrQJC