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Daniel Keniston, Assistant Professor of Economics

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Episode: October 31, 2012

15:07

Professor Keniston’s research focuses largely on the role and structure of markets in developing countries, with other interests in governance, technology adoption, and economic history. We talk with him about two recent studies he has conducted in India on reforming police departments and deterring drunk driving.

Learn more about Daniel Keniston.