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William Easterly argues that the idea of expertise in the field of development is fundamentally misguided -- and that strategies that have been embraced actually neglect the rights of many of the world's most vulnerable people. Kojo chats with Easterly about why he's calling for a full-scale reconsideration of global economic development theory.
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