Chris Blattman on Sweatshops: If you were a poor person in a poor country, would you prefer steady work in a factory or to be your own boss, buying and selling in the local market? Chris Blattman talks with host Russ Roberts about experimental evidence on how poor people choose in the labor market and the consequences for their income, health, and satisfaction.

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Chris Blattman on Sweatshops: If you were a poor person in a poor country, would you prefer steady work in a factory or to be your own boss, buying and selling in the local market? Chris Blattman talks with host Russ Roberts about experimental evidence on how poor people choose in the labor market and the consequences for their income, health, and satisfaction.

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If you were a poor person in a poor country, would you prefer steady work in a factory or to be your own boss, buying and selling in the local market? Economist Chris Blattman of the University of Chicago talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about experimental evidence on how poor people choose in the labor market and the consequences for their income, health, and satisfaction.
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