MP3: Poverty and Progress: Realities and Myths about Global Poverty

18.06.2013

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Poverty and Progress: Realities and Myths about Global Poverty MP3

Purchase BookThe greatest reduction in mass poverty in human history has occurred during the current era of globalization. The world’s poor are now catching up with the rich at a rapid pace in terms of human well-being. Deepak Lal will discuss how, despite those achievements, confusion about poor countries abounds: the World Bank exaggerates the extent of poverty; the benefits of new development fads including... Source: cato.org

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