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Navarra Center For International Development

The Navarra Center for International Development, housed out of the University of Navarra in Spain, is an interdisciplinary team of economists, political scientists, sociologists and more that strive to alleviate extreme poverty in the world’s poorest countries. They focus on three interrelated themes: technology transfer, migration, and institutional development as ways to exit extreme poverty

The Center conducts case studies on a country or region where a policy has successfully helped a population exit poverty, and then see if that policy can be reapplied, adapting for local circumstances, to other poor countries. Through applied research, they intend to generate ideas to solve chronic social problems associated with poverty.

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