François Bourguignon

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François Bourguignon (born May 22, 1945) is the former Chief Economist (2003–2007) of the World Bank. He has been the Director of the Paris School of Economics, and from 1985 to his retirement in 2013 a professor of economics at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris. in 2016 Bourguignon was awarded the Dan David Prize. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Bourguignon, François
Published 2003
Copublication of the World Bank and Oxford University Press, New York

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by Bourguignon, François
Published 2004
Oxford University Press

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by Bourguignon, François
Published 2005
Copublication of the World Bank and Oxford University Press

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by Bourguignon, François
Published 2006
World Bank

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by Bourguignon, François
Published 2008
World Bank

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by Bourguignon, Francois
Published 2007
World Bank

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by Bourguignon, François
Published 2004
World Bank

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by Bourguignon, François
Published 2002
World Bank, Poverty Team, Development Research Group

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by Bourguignon, François
Published 2003
World Bank

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by Bourguignon, François
Published 2006
World Bank

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by Bourguignon, Francois
Published 2007
The World Bank
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by Bourguignon, François
Published 1989
OECD Publishing

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by Atkinson, Anthony B.
Published 2015
Elsevier Science
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by Baland, Jean-Marie
Published 2020
Princeton University Press
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