Khalil Hamdani has had extensive experience in development policy having served in PIDE, and several UN agencies for 30+ years. In particular he led the effort to develop FDI policies in several developing countries.
Here we discuss his ideas on development, FDI, role of economists and policies for development and their limits.
Several important ideas are discussed including approaches to research and thought.
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Listen to this fascinating discussion. There is much to learn and research here.
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