Can the private sector teach development?

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Professor William Duggan argues in his book, Strategic Intuition: The Creative Spark in Human Achievement, that disciplines such as psychology, military history, and business strategy may collectively teach strategies that could be used by development agencies in order to ensure success. He discusses this idea in depth on his blog.

Bill Easterly will join Duggan at the Center for Global Development on March 12, for a discussion on how lessons from the private sector may enhance development success.

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