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The Bottom Billion

By Paul Collier | February 12, 2008

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Global poverty is falling, but a minority of developing countries are stagnant and diverging from the rest of mankind, says Oxford University economist Paul Collier, which is a danger to global stability. He identifies four poverty traps and in this talk focuses on one of them—resource riches. (Carnegie Council Public Affairs Program)

Read More: Development, Economy, Energy, Environment, Poverty, Afica, Asia, Global

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