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Claudia Berg is an Extended Term Consultant in the Sustainability and Infrastructure Unit of the Research Development Group of the World Bank. Previously, she worked in the Poverty and Equity Practice and Sustainable Development Group, among others. Her research interests include a range of issues, mainly assessing the economic and welfare impact of policy and investment measures such as micro-finance, road infrastructure, poverty interventions, trade, and currently climate change. Outside the World Bank, she applied her skills at the International Monetary Fund and Inter-American Development Bank. Prior to joining the World Bank, she taught microeconomics at George Washington University, where she earned a PhD in economics
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परिवहन से जुड़े आधारभूत संरचना में निवेश से व्यापार लागत कम होती है और गांव शहरी बाज़ारों के साथ जुड़ जाते हैं। यह लेख दर्शाता है कि इस स्थानिक एकीकरण के कारण ग्रामीण भारत में भूमि असमानता बढ़ने का अनपेक...
Investments in transport infrastructure reduce trade costs and lead to integration of villages with urban markets. This article suggests that this spatial integration could have the unintended consequ...