by Paul Polak
Hardcover, 232 pages, Ingram Pub Services, List Price: $27.95 |
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April 22, 2008 Paul Polak, founder of the nonprofit International Development Enterprises, has spent 25 years working to eradicate poverty. In Out of Poverty, he says simple technologies and a willingness to listen are key — and that government subsidies can do more harm than good.
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