Tuesday, April 23, 2013


'We are all Nigerians now' says Steve Waldman in The generalized resource curse
"The clustering of rural populations in less-favored areas and fragile environments is also likely to continue into the foreseeable future, given current rural population and poverty trends in developing economies." says Ed Barbier in The Hidden Global Poverty Problem
'we are moving into a new era of autocratic IT' from Autocracy and Technology
America's Biggest Entrepreneurs: High School Dropouts
What if Demand for Graduates Falls
The Unscientific Method
Revision of Economic Data in We are Essentially Rewriting Economic History

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