Jeffrey Sachs Q&A

Written on November 10, 2006 by Max Oliva in Development, Philanthropy, Social Entrepreneurship

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A set of questions ranging from poverty, microfinance, Millennium Development Goals and others, have been asked to Jeffrey Sachs, author of The End of Poverty, through Daniel Altman’s Managing Globalization blog.
Are the existing multilateral and bilateral development institutions efficient in fighting poverty?
What kind of agenda do you think our politicians need if they want to affect the kind of changes you advocate for in poverty elimination and environmental sustainability?
What are your views on the Latin American region, especially Brazil and Argentina? Where do you think that the challenges for growth, poverty eradication and political stabilty should stand?
These and many other questions proposed by the blog readers’ can be followed here.


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