The Policy Research Talks showcase cutting-edge research from the World Bank and its implications for development policy.
The monthly event facilitates a dialogue between development researchers and practitioners to challenge and contribute to the development community's intellectual climate and re-examine conventional wisdom in current development theories and practice.
Estimating Intergenerational Mobility in Developing Countries: New Methods and Evidence from India
The Development Research Group is the World Bank's principal research department. With its cross-cutting expertise on a broad range of topics and countries, the department is one of the most influential centers of development research in the world.
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