Economic Policy, Distribution and Poverty: The Nature of Disagreements
Eds: This paper is an outstanding presentation of conflicts in the global system with regard to trade, financial aid, development, poverty reduction and environmental policies. These conflicts may often be described as basically between the developed countries and the developing ones. This paper is a reproduction of a statement appearing in the February issue Africa Notes published by the Institute for African Development at Cornell University. The editors thank the Institute for permission to reproduce the paper.
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