Yale Professor Dean Karlan talks about global poverty at The Wolfsonian Museum


I recently attended a very interesting lecture at The Wolfsonian Museum in South Beach by Yale Professor of Economics Dean Karlan.  Professor Karlan discussed global poverty and the role of “micro-financing” which is the topic of his new book “More Than Good Intentions – How a New Economics is Helping to Solve Global Poverty” which is available at Amazon.com. I was particularly impressed with the lecture because it was filled with research Mr. Karlan has done that shows precisely what works and what doesn’t work regarding the issue of solving global poverty.  And some of his conclussions may surprise you.

Mr. Karlan’s daughter , Maya, is shown holding his new book.  Meeting with Mr. Karlan before the event is David Sanchez (President of the Yale Club of South Florida and who organized the event).  Also shown are two of David’s summer interns: Zhou Fang a student at Duke and Scott Eisner Yale Class of 2014.

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