Monday’s links are full of Lant

I am teaching a Ph.D. class this semester on Economic Development and I was telling my students about an article that Lant Pritchett had written about Indian education.  I told them I’d find the link and that they should read all of Lant’s work because it was some of the most interesting and thought provoking work in the field.

To help them out, I put together a list of links of Lant’s recent work.  Given that we blogged this morning about Lant’s book, I figured I’d make it an all-Lant Monday and reproduce the links here:

1. Service with a Smile  “For government services to improve, those providing them should want to do a better job”

2. The first PISA results for India: The end of the beginning

3. Is Microfinance A Schumpeterian Dead End?

4. Interview with Lant on Indian Education

5. Fact and Ficiton in Development

6. One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Lant Pritchett on Mimicry in Development

7.  Everything you think you know about poverty is wrong

8. Lant Pritchett v the Randomistas on the nature of evidence – is a wonkwar brewing?

 

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