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  • Poor Economics

    An insightful book that focuses on the poor with interesting concepts like poverty trap, subsidies, political economics and free market etc. Various examples also elaborate dire situations in poor countries whereby the poor and their authorities misuse aid and resources from the rich and this becomes a vicious cycle when the poor give up on education or up-skilling themselves, neglect basic amenities for their children and women are not given the opportunity to progress in these backward societies. Poverty is an obstacle to develop a person's full potential and the poor should be endowed with enough resources to increase their purchasing power and become independent without relying on aid as a long-term solution to alleviate poverty.

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