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Experts from institutions such as the World Bank and Oxford University had a lively debate at an academic meeting on poverty and development

The NCID of the University and the Ramón Areces Foundation co-organized the meeting

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Performance incentives in development organizations and redistributive policies are among the themes discussed at the morning sessions

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Contaminated water in Bangladesh, market development in remote areas and corrupt electoral candidates are some of the issues discussed at the afternoon sessions 

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Darcon

"Ideological biases can lead officials to make erroneous decisions, involving a cost to taxpayers"

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Dhillon

"There is no solid basis for arguing that electoral competition disciplines incumbents"

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"We aim to understand how improvements in law and order impact economic growth"

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