CIFAR has partnered with Research2Reality to capture insights from a variety of our leading fellows. In this video, Daron Acemoglu, a senior fellow in CIFAR’s Institutions, Organizations & Growth program, discusses the influence of institutions on whether a country or society will prosper.

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