Africa must pursue a "learning-led" development strategy, Professor Joseph Stiglitz said in the inaugural Babacar Ndiaye in Washington, DC on October 15. The lecture series was launched by the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) to honor the former president of the African Development Bank (AfDB). Stiglitz outlined policies he says Africa needs to adopt to achieve inclusive economic growth and provide jobs for a population that is the fastest rising in the world.
Stiglitz Delivers Inaugural Ndiaye Lecture, Urges Coordinated Strategy for Africa's Economic Success
Afreximbank, 15 October 2017
The Babacar Ndiaye Lecture Series, an international series introduced by the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank), debuted in Washington D.C. today with Nobel Laureate Joseph… Read more »
Launching the Babacar Ndiaye Lecture - To Carry on the Work of a Great Institution Builder
Welcome Address on the Occasion of the Maiden Edition of the The Babacar Ndiaye Annual Lecture Series Read more »
The first annual Babacar Ndiaye lecture was delivered by the Nobel Laureate and Columbia University, Profressor Joseph Stiglitz. Stiglitz presented ... see more »
Babacar Ndiaye, who served as President of the African Development Bank from 1985 to 1995.
Debut Babacar Ndiaye Lecture to Feature Nobel Laureate Stiglitz
Afreximbank, 14 October 2017
Prof. Joseph Stiglitz, Economist and Professor at Columbia University and Nobel Laureate in Economics Sciences, will give the inaugural lecture in an international series being… Read more »
Babacar Ndiaye, president of the African Development Bank from 1985 to 1995, passed away in Dakar on June 13 at age 85. A tribute by Ambassador Harold E. Doley, Jr., the first U.S. ... Read more »
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