ADB Distinguished Speakers Program: Dani Rodrik

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ADB Distinguished Speakers Program: Dani Rodrik

31 March 2006
Manila
Philippines

The disappointments of the Washington Consensus have led to the search for a new paradigm to replace it. The chief failing of the Washington Consensus was that it represented an approach based on “rules of thumb. ” As such it was not well grounded either in economic theory or in the reality of actual countries. In this presentation, Professor Dani Rodrik discussed several strands of new thinking that have appeared following the demise of the Washington Consensus, and argued in favor of an explicitly diagnostic approach. 

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
31 Mar 2006 Presentation Development Lessons for Asia from Non-Asian Countries
The disappointments of the Washington Consensus have led to the search for a new paradigm to replace it. The chief failing of the Washington...
Dani Rodrik

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