The Politically Incorrect Guide to Ending Poverty

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“In the 1990s, Paul Romer revolutionized economics. In the aughts, he became rich as a software entrepreneur. Now he’s trying to help the poorest countries grow rich—by convincing them to establish foreign-run “charter cities” within their borders. Romer’s idea is unconventional, even neo-colonial—the best analogy is Britain’s historic lease of Hong Kong. And against all odds, he just might make it happen.” (The Atlantic)

One thought on “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Ending Poverty

  1. That comparison to charter schools makes me a bit skeptical about this idea. The charter schools have done little beyond take money away from the public school system so that the corporations that manage them can make a nice profit while ruining the community around them.


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