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Nobel Peace Prize for Economics

Thursday 17th October / presented by Danae Gibson

Three academics have shared this year’s Nobel Peace Prize in Economics for their work in using economics to help practically address issues surrounding poverty. 

They are academics who pioneered ‘on the ground’ experiments to discover the most effective ways to tackle poverty. 

UWA Business School Assistant Professor of Economics Dr Tushar Bharati joined RTRFM to discuss these projects, as well as steps to be taken forward to address issues of global poverty.

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