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The William Davidson Institute REVIEW is a newsletter showcasing recent and ongoing activities of the institute. The newsletter highlights our institute’s role in bringing together academic experts, policymakers, and executives interested in improving the effectiveness of business and social welfare in emerging market economies.

WDI creates knowledge through its research and shares this knowledge in a variety of ways, including academic papers, audio podcasts, and videotaped interviews.

  • An Interview with Madhukar Pai of McGill University

    Madhu Pai, associate director of the McGill International TB Centre in Canada, talks with WDI’s Prashant Yadav about his work on tuberculosis in the developing world. Pai was at WDI and UM as part of WDI’s Healthcare Research Initiative Seminar Series in 2013.

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  • An Interview with Arianna Legovini of the World Bank

    Arianna Legovinni, head of Development Impact Evaluation Effectiveness (DIME) at the World Bank, talks with WDI’s Prashant Yadav. The DIME initiative trumpets impact evaluation to shape better policies for economic development. Legovini was at WDI and UM as part of WDI’s Global Impact Speaker Series in 2013.

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  • An Interview with Henning Alts of CEMEX

    Henning Alts, marketing manager of the social venture Patrimonio Hoy – an inititive of the Mexico cement company CEMEX – is interviewed by WDI’s Ted London. Patrimonio Hoy provides building materials at a low cost for low-income homeowners to improve their home or add a room. Alts was at WDI and UM as part of WDI’s Global Impact Speaker Series in 2014.

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  • An Interview with Cynthia Koenig, founder of Wello

    Cynthia Koenig, founder of the social enterprise Wello and its water wheel, is interviewed by Managing Editor Scott Anderson. Koenig talks about starting her enterprise and trying to scale the organization. The website is an initiative of WDI.

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WDI hosts periodic sessions featuring thought leaders who work in emerging markets. U-M students and faculty have the opportunity to listen and interact with visiting speakers in small group settings to discuss issues affecting business and policy in emerging economies.

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