Kislaya Prasad is a research professor at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, and guest scholar at the Brookings Institution. His current projects include medical treatment variations and diffusion of technologies in medicine, complexity of choice under uncertainty, experimental tests of contract theory, and behavioral health economics.
Greece’s economy is trapped in an unfortunate no-reforms, no-growth, lack-of-demand equilibrium.
China was the single largest infrastructure financier in 11 African countries between 2009 and 2012.
African cities are different. They are too often built around consuming the rents extracted from natural resources.