Links I Like [8.15]

Does Fair Trade Help Poor Workers?  (Or read The Taste of Many Mountains)

Turns out the World Bank’s ‘Doing Business’ report isn’t associated at all with actual ease of doing business

Two ways to think about causality

Science isn’t broken, it’s just really REALLY hard

Three Things Secular Development Academics and Practitioners Can Learn from the Faith-Based Development Community… and vice versa

A curated list of technical blog posts about impact evaluation

2 thoughts on “Links I Like [8.15]

    • I thought you’d find this interesting! I think the point is better put: there are two measurements the World Bank puts out on ‘doing business’ around the world. One is the ‘Doing Business Report’ and the other is these surveys. The fact is they don’t necessarily match very well. It’s important to remember we don’t know which one is closer to the truth.

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