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This time, instead of believing in the same old trickle down economics, know that it will be grassroots bottom of the pyramid building up.
Muhammad Yunus, the poor, and countries which we have always considered "underdeveloped" have a lot to teach us about sustainability!
The crowds in the U.S. waiting to hear Muhammad Yunus, the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner, and founder of the Grameen bank for the poor, are growing la...
Geithner grew up in Zimbabwe, India and Thailand. It would have been impossible for him to not have seen what true poverty is and how his father was helping to establish part of the solution.
Think your are helping the economy by buying some holiday gifts? Instead of giving more stuff to your relatives and friends that they don't need, d...
This lack of balance is why we need more women involved in leading the world's economy. There is simply too much of a male-focused approach and it is not working!
Obama's mother knew a thing or two about how women, when in charge of the economy, be it of a household, a bank, or a country, can make a real difference.
We all need to believe in and have trust in our banks, or the whole thing comes tumbling down.
What is the point of microfinancing the poor build up small businesses if it is only to eventually provide wealthy, Western-owned businesses and individuals with even a larger share of the world's wealth?
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