☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Poor Economics : A Radical Rethinking of the Way to Fight Global Poverty By Abhijit V. Banerjee ❤ – Golanvideoagency.info

Poor Economics : A Radical Rethinking of the Way to Fight Global Poverty Winner Of TheFinancial Times Goldman Sachs Best Business Book Of The Year AwardBillions Of Government Dollars, And Thousands Of Charitable Organizations And NGOs, Are Dedicated To Helping The World S Poor But Much Of Their Work Is Based On Assumptions That Are Untested Generalizations At Best, Harmful Misperceptions At WorstAbhijit Banerjee And Esther Duflo Have Pioneered The Use Of Randomized Control Trials In Development Economics Work Based On These Principles, Supervised By The Poverty Action Lab, Is Being Carried Out In Dozens Of Countries Drawing On This And TheirYears Of Research From Chile To India, Kenya To Indonesia, They Have Identified Wholly New Aspects Of The Behavior Of Poor People, Their Needs, And The Way That Aid Or Financial Investment Can Affect Their Lives Their Work Defies Certain Presumptions That Microfinance Is A Cure All, That Schooling Equals Learning, That Poverty At The Level OfCents A Day Is Just A Extreme Version Of The Experience Any Of Us Have When Our Income Falls Uncomfortably LowThis Important Book Illuminates How The Poor Live, And Offers All Of Us An Opportunity To Think Of A World Beyond PovertyLearn At Pooreconomics

10 thoughts on “Poor Economics : A Radical Rethinking of the Way to Fight Global Poverty

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    Well this is a welcome breath of fresh air into the dreary little world of development economics.The contemporary debate over the questions of aid and poverty reduction have been restricted to two equally excitable schools Jeffrey Sach s cl

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    Poor Economics doesn t simply offer a unilateral view of how to fight global poverty rather, this book offers views from both sides of the foreign aid debate e.g Sachs v Easterly and provides examples of different organizations that have dealt with attacking p

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    2016 .

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    This kind of book can be annoying, as popular social science tends to fall into one of two camps The first are those that just repeat a single idea over an over again e.g The Tipping Point The second are those that simply rehash 101 textbooks, adding a few kooky examples or anecd

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    So This is an economics book A rumbling sound is heard as ninety percent of the people reading this review frantically jiggle their mice in an effort to click another link on this page Any link Even an ad for laundry detergent Ok, hello to the two remaining readers out there Thank you for

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    Note to Self to include this when writing a full blown review for this book.I recently read an article published in NY Times on how women economists are NOT recognized for their work when they co author it with another a male economist The article goes on to explain how the bias is deep entrenched i

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    I mentioned this book on my blog here, and now I finally read it I ll admit I was a little disappointed that the book wasn t as detailed as her lecture on the actual experiments the Poverty Action Lab has been involved in There was much on larger picture topics and brief summaries of experiments and how they

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    Banerjee and Duflo have written a great book that aims to see poverty as a set of concrete problems that, once properly identifed and understood, can be solved one at a time Using the best economic and observational evidence often taken from randomised trials they build a case for what actually works in helping overcom

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    This is one of the best pop economics books I have read in a very long time Such books typically follow the same recipe top academic seeks recognition outside the profession and writes the book propounding the theory, enlisting in support loads of evidence consistent with the theory, and curiously brushing off forgetting to ment

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