Most approaches at ending poverty in developing countries have failed to achieve their desired outcomes, despite a lot of money thrown at it.
While (foreign) aid can be meaningful in the immediate aftermath of a crisis, today, most aid programs operate as an almost permanent model which many experts believe is doing more harm than good.
There is a need to tackle poverty differently!
There are conditions, policies and public choices that tend to create more prosperity in society. This program aims to research and provide a deeper understanding of these conditions, policies, and choices, and to advocate for their implementation and adoption.