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Graph of the Day: The International Development Jargon Detector

A few weeks ago I mentioned the International Development Jargon Detector. In an effort to make this blog more inclusive, and build blogging capacity among the stakeholders of this site, I said that if someone graphed different aid organizations against … Continue reading ? The post Graph of the Day: The International Development Jargon Detector appeared first on Chris Blattman.
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