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Knowledge is power

10 March 2014 By Martin Hutchinson

Between 1913 and 1950 poor countries made much bigger gains in welfare than in GDP. Credit the colonial regimes’ belated efforts to spread medical know-how and education. Colonies are gone, but this type of knowledge transfer is still the best way to help the world’s poor.

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