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Karol Boudreaux Lead Researcher, Enterprise Africa! Karol Boudreaux is a senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center, lead researcher for Enterprise Africa!, a research project that is investigating, analyzing, and reporting on enterprise-based solutions to poverty in Africa, and a member of the Working Group on Property Rights of the U.N.'s Commission on Legal Empowerment of the Poor. Ms. Boudreaux's main areas of interest include property rights and development, human rights, and international law. The current focus of her research is contemporary Africa and the ways in which particular institutional arrangements have either helped or hindered human flourishing and economic development on the continent. Before joining the Mercatus Center, Ms. Boudreaux was assistant dean at the George Mason University School of Law. Additionally, she taught for four years at Clemson University in the legal studies department after which she served as director of programs at the Foundation for Economic Education in Irvington-on-Hudson, NY. Ms. Boudreaux earned her BA in English literature from Rutgers University (Douglass College) and her JD from the University of Virginia's School of Law. Also our featured jazz artists this week at Karol's request are: Chet Baker, Stan Getz, Nina Simone, Paul Desmond, and Clifford Brown.

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