Easterly Opines On How Bad Recession Could Get William Easterly, economist and co-director of the Development Research Institute at New York University, thinks entrepreneurship may be the answer to turning the recession around. His knowledge of development economics in Africa has influenced how he sees the U.S. economy.
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Easterly Opines On How Bad Recession Could Get

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Easterly Opines On How Bad Recession Could Get

Easterly Opines On How Bad Recession Could Get

Easterly Opines On How Bad Recession Could Get

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William Easterly, economist and co-director of the Development Research Institute at New York University, thinks entrepreneurship may be the answer to turning the recession around.

Easterly's knowledge of development economics in Africa has influenced how he sees the U.S. economy. His article, "The Poor Man's Burden," appeared in Foreign Policy.