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OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Event in
Trinity Term 2011

 

Development: Do We Know the Difference Between Success and Failure?

By Tim Harford (FT)
 

 

 

Chair: Mark Henstridge (International Growth Centre)

Date: Friday, 10 June, 2011

Venue: Gulbenkian Theatre, St Cross Building

Time: 5:30 pm

 

Bio

Tim Harford is economics leader writer for the Financial Times and writes the “Undercover Economist” columns on Saturdays. He first joined the FT as Peter Martin Fellow in 2003 and after a spell at the World Bank in Washington DC he rejoined the FT’s leader writing team in 2006. Tim’s book, The Undercover Economist, is a Business Week bestseller and a Sunday Times bestseller, and was number one on Amazon.co.uk. It has been translated into sixteen languages. He is now working on a sequel. Tim is also the presenter of the BBC2 series, Trust Me, I’m an Economist. He lives in London with his wife and two daughters.

This is event is jointly organized with the International Growth Centre.

 

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