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Friday round up: Moneyball for academics, Filling up on oil in India and China, Ravallion video interview, Gates Fdn invests in private sector innovation

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In an LSE post, “Moneyball for academics: network analysis methods for predicting the future success of papers and researchers,”   Erik Brynjolfsson and Shachar Reichman present methods from their research on predicting the future success of researchers.
Bloomberg reports that the International Energy Agency finds China and India gearing up to fill their strategic reserves with cheap oil
UNU-Wider has posted a video whereby Georgetown University’s Martin Ravallion explains the relationship between poverty, inequality and growth and the debates therein.
The New York Times writes on how the Gates Foundation's investing strategy helps it move the needle on the foundation's charitable causes.

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