I've never played golf in my life but now could be the time to start. This is in the UNMIS compound where the leopard was supposedly sighted. You can also see Ban-Ki Moo, allegedly a gift from Salva Kiir to the UN Secretary General (who presumably thought his cow would be safe with the Indian peacekeepers).
Because the consequences for human welfare involved in questions like these are simply staggering: Once one starts to think about them, it is hard to think about anything else. (Lucas 1988, On the Mechanics of Economic Development)
I'm a Consultant at Oxford Policy Management. Obviously nothing written here necessarily represents the views of Oxford Policy Management. I'm barely even sure it represents the views of me.
I used to be an Economist in South Sudan. Hence the silly subtitle. And Roving Bandit is a reference to Mancur Olson, not because I think I'm some kind of badass. I'm also a big fan of experiments.