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Historical Legacies and African DevelopmentElias Papaioannou and Stelios Michalopoulos - 15 November 2020
London Business School
Elias Papaioannou is Professor of Economics at the London Business School, a Research Associate at the NBER and a Research Affiliate of the CEPR. His research interests cover the areas of international finance, political economy, applied econometrics, macro aspects of regulation, law and finance, and growth and development.
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