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The Economics of Shared Societies

Gallup roundtable: What Iraqis, Nigerians and Americans have in common: The Economics for Shared Societies. April 14th, Washington, D.C.
Gallup roundtable: What Iraqis, Nigerians and Americans have in common: The Economics for Shared Societies. April 14th, Washington, D.C.
Gallup roundtable: What Iraqis, Nigerians and Americans have in common: The Economics for Shared Societies. April 14th, Washington, D.C.
“A Shared Societies Approach to Economic and Social Policy”, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. April 12th, New York City.
“A Shared Societies Approach to Economic and Social Policy”, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. April 12th, New York City.
“A Shared Societies Approach to Economic and Social Policy”, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. April 12th, New York City.
“A Conversation with the Club de Madrid‘s Economic Rationale for Shared Societies Project” Roundtable at The Brookings Institution, April 20, Washington D.C.
“A Conversation with the Club de Madrid‘s Economic Rationale for Shared Societies Project” Roundtable at The Brookings Institution, April 20, Washington D.C.
“A Conversation with the Club de Madrid‘s Economic Rationale for Shared Societies Project” Roundtable at The Brookings Institution, April 20, Washington D.C.
“A Conversation with the Club de Madrid‘s Economic Rationale for Shared Societies Project” Roundtable at The Brookings Institution, April 20, Washington D.C.
“The Economics of Shared Societies, National and International Perspectives”, The World Bank
“The Economics of Shared Societies, National and International Perspectives”, The World Bank
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