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Closing the Great Divide: Development and the Eradication of Poverty (Foreign Affairs Books)

Editors: , Editor, Foreign Affairs, and Peter G. Peterson Chair, Foreign Affairs, and James F. Hoge Jr.

Closing the Great Divide: Development and the Eradication of Poverty (Foreign Affairs Books) - closing-the-great-divide-development-and-the-eradication-of-poverty-foreign-affairs-books

Publisher Foreign Affairs

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159 pages
ISBN 0876093047

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Contents

Introduction

The World Bank: Is 50 Years Enough?
Henry Owen,  Foreign Affairs,  September/October 1994

The Exploding Cities of the Developing World
Eugene Linden,  Foreign Affairs,  January/February 1996

Making Foreign Aid Work
Carol Graham and Michael O'Hanlon,  Foreign Affairs,  July/August 1997

The Plight of the Poor: United States Must Increase Development Aid
James Gustave Speth,  Foreign Affairs,  May/June 1999

A Removable Feast
C. Ford Runge and Benjamin Senauer,  Foreign Affairs,  May/June 2000

Redesigning Foreign Aid
Carol Lancaster,  Foreign Affairs,  September/October 2000

The Great Divide in the Global Village
Bruce R. Scott,  Foreign Affairs,  January/February 2001

A Grand Trade Bargain
David E. Sanger,  Foreign Affairs,  January/February 2001

The Knowledge Gap
Avinash Persuad,  Foreign Affairs,  March/April 2001

Digitally Empowered Development
Allen L. Hammond,  Foreign Affairs,  March/April 2001

Getting Debt Relief Right
M.A. Thomas,  Foreign Affairs,  September/October 2001

The World Bank's Mission Creep
Jessica Einhorn,  Foreign Affairs,  September/October 2001

Doing Good While Doing Well
John Birkelund,  Foreign Affairs,  September/October 2001

Toward Universal Education
Gene Sperling,  Foreign Affairs,  September/October 2001

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