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#37 The Swedish Model: How Sweden’s History and Progressivism Shapes Its Development Assistance
Season 2 Episode 371st September 2021 • Capital Musings • UN Capital Development Fund (UNCDF)
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Two Swedish development experts, Anders Ronquist of Sida and Anders Berlin of UNCDF, explain how Swedish history and society have shaped the government’s generous and innovative approach to using development assistance to fight poverty worldwide. They explore their own careers and experiences to showcase various ways to pursue a career in international development finance.

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