Too bad to be true
Why poverty is actually not on the rise, but actually declining. And why Oxfam is painting a distorted picture.Download PDF
Each year Oxfam publishes a study on global poverty and wealth, in time for the Global Economic Forum. In recent years, the report has been held up as evidence of increasing injustice in the world.Read more ...
- Author: Hanno Lorenz, Dénes Kucsera
- Date: 22. January 2018
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