George M. Guess
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The Cure for Development Dysphoria

Working With the Grain urges development practitioners to get their hands dirty—even if it means less preaching about “good governance” standards for growth.

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Close Shaves in Ukraine
The Well-Groomed Autocrat

To understand what makes a dictator tick—and what separates today’s tin-pots from the tyrants of the past century—imagine you’re the man who cuts his hair.

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The Not-So-Big Man on Campus

College presidents are difficult to hire but all too easy to send packing. How can we make the college presidency a force for good?

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