Does Corruption Matter for Growth? The Role of Migration

 posted by | 19/05/2022

Dr Shrabani Saha, Associate Professor of Development Economics from the Lincoln International Business School has been invited to deliver a lecture at the fifth Loughborough Workshop on Economics of Emerging and Developing Countries on the 5th and 6th June organised by the Economics department of Loughborough University. Dr Saha’s talk is entitled ‘Does Corruption Matter for Growth? The Role of Migration’ and she will be accompanied by other distinguished speakers from Otago University, New Zealand, University of Nottingham, SOAS, University of London, Queen Mary University London and Manchester University.

Story submitted by Alice Mates
amates@lincoln.ac.uk