Suggested Reading
Suggested Reading

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Dadush, U. (July 2011). Should capital flow to poor countries. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Policy Outlook.

International Monetary Fund.  (2008, April 3). Globalization, commodity prices, and developing countries. Retrieved from:

Jolis, A. (2012, September 7). Mohammed Ibrahim: The philanthropist of honest government. The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved from:

Kaplan, S. (2012, August 29). How academia has failed the development field. Policy Innovations. Retrieved from:

Kristof, N. (2010, October 20). The D.I.Y. revolution. New York Times. Retrieved from:

Mullen, R. & Ganguly, S. (2012, May 8). The rise of India’s soft power. Foreign Policy. Retrieved from:

Potts, M. (2011, May 9). The myth of 9 billion. Foreign Policy. Retrieved from:

Rosenberg, T. (2013, April 24). When food isn’t the answer to hunger. The New York Times. Retrieved from:

Sharma, R. (November/December 2012). Broken BRICs. Foreign Affairs. Retrieved from:

Stiglitz, J, & Charlton, A. (March/April 2006). Fair trade for all: How trade can promote development. United States of America: Oxford University Press

Stiglitz, J. (2006, September 18).  Making Globalization Work. New York, NY:  W.W. Norton & Company   Next: Quiz