Prof. Nava Ashraf discusses poverty and depression on BBC World News

A new report by the World Health Organisation predicts that the economic cost of depression and anxiety could cost the global economy $925 billion each year. Professor Nava Ashraf, IGC lead academic for Zambia, discusses the link between poverty and depression and the broader impact depression and anxiety might be having on labour productivity, particularly in developing countries.

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