By Robert Colvile
GDP per capita has increased and the poverty rate has declined from 53% in 2004 to 16% in 2013. But Cambodia remains a long way from prosperity
Thailand Business News - 9 Dec 2016
Newsweek - 9 Dec 2016
Poor countries with promising growth prospects are supposed to attract capital from the rich world, but since 1980 developing countries lost US$16.3 trillion dollars through leakages in their balance of payments.
Global Financial Integrity - 9 Dec 2016
Charlotte Henry - 9 Dec 2016
Gavin Kelly - 9 Dec 2016
Many Christians argue for capitalism on the grounds that markets and private property support man’s rightful freedom, and doing away with them means poverty and tyranny. But others disagree.
Catholic World Report - 9 Dec 2016
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Brookings - 9 Dec 2016
Companies that listed before 1970 had a 92% chance of surviving the next five years, whereas companies that listed from 2000 to 2009 had only a 63% chance.
Harvard Business Review - 9 Dec 2016
Energy & Environment
New Scientist - 9 Dec 2016
Marian L. Tupy - 9 Dec 2016
Matthew Whittle - 9 Dec 2016