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This article from All Africa.com cites CGD research fellows Todd Moss and Michael Clemens on their recent report on Zimbabwe's crisis.
The article notes, "The signs of collapse are everywhere," say CGD research fellows Michael Clemens and Todd Moss. Manufacturing has fallen by 51 per cent since 1997 and exports have shrunk by half in just the last 48 months.
Review of Millions Saved appearing in the Journal of Public Health Policy.
The author notes, "Each chapter tells a particular story - the health conditions addressed and interventions used are very different and particular to time and place. While there emerges no single recipe for success, a consistent list of ingredients contribute to success - political leadership and champions; technological innovation; expert consensus around the approach; effective use of information by management; strong management on the ground; and adequate and sustained funding."
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Research Fellow Todd Moss was quoted in this New York Times artilce by Celia Dugger, noting that the Millennium Challenge Corporation is an experiment testing the idea that giving "grants to nations with relatively honest governments, low trade barriers and soundly managed economies will create economic growth and reduce poverty."