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  2. Judith Rodin, Eme Essien Lore
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  1. "Go to college, young men and women, go to college!"
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  1. Innovating to Strengthen Youth Employment
  2. Stanley Litow
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  1. University Entrepreneurship May Be Failing Its Market Test
  2. Carl Schramm
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  1. Frustration, Fearlessness, and Fortune: How Youth-Led Startups Are Redefining Entrepreneurship
  2. Jacob Korenblum
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  1. The "Poverty Stoplight" Approach to Eliminating Multidimensional Poverty: Business, Civil Society, and Government Working Together in Paraguay
  2. Martin Burt
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  1. Reducing Poverty by Employing Young Women: Hathay Bunano’s Scalable Model for Rural Production in Bangladesh
  2. Kevin McKague, Samantha Morshed, Habibur Rahman
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  1. Cracking the Glass Ceiling and Raising the Roof
  2. Nell Merlino
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  1. Going Against the Flow in Higher Education: Deliberately Including those Previously Excluded
  2. Shai Reshef
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  1. Toward a World of Opportunity
  2. Fiona Macaulay
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  1. Financial Education and Financial Access: Lessons Learned from Child Development Account Research
  2. Trina R. Williams Shanks, Lewis Mandell, Deborah Adams
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  1. Sourcing Change: Digital Work Building Bridges to Professional Life
  2. Michael Chertok, Jeremy Hockenstein
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  1. YouthSpark and the Evolution of a Corporate Philanthropy Program
  2. Akhtar Badshah, Yvonne Thomas
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  1. It’s All About the Jobs
  2. Jamie McAuliffe, Jasmine Nahhas di Florio, Pia Saunders
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  1. Who Teaches Us Most About Financial Programing in Africa?
  2. Ann Cotton
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  1. Hope or Hype?: Five Obstacles to Mobile Money Innovations for Youth Financial Services
  2. Jamie M. Zimmerman, Julia Arnold
  3. pp. 233-246
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  1. Future Forward: Innovations for Youth Employment in Africa
  2. Beverly Schwartz, Deepali Khanna
  3. pp. 247-257
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  1. Young People, Agriculture, and Transformation in Rural Africa: An “Opportunity Space” Approach
  2. James Sumberg, Christine Okali
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  1. Offering Digital Financial Services to Promote Financial Inclusion: Lessons We’ve Learned
  2. John Owens
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