Oil to Cash: Fighting the Resource Curse Through Cash Transfers

Oil to Cash: Fighting the Resource Curse Through Cash Transfers

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The biggest oil producers, which are trying to prop up global prices, are also among the last countries to make reforms that will lift them from a ‘resource curse.’

The biggest oil producers, which are trying to prop up global prices, are also among the last countries to make reforms that will lift them from a ‘resource curse.’

Harcourt offers free access to their math learning games..Love this!

Harcourt offers free access to their math learning games..Love this!

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Resourcefulness: Why It’s Needed, Why It’s Hard for Kids - Tim Elmore

Resourcefulness: Why It’s Needed, Why It’s Hard for Kids - Tim Elmore

Ghana Bedeviled With Resource Curse Symptoms  PPP Aspiring MP

Ghana Bedeviled With Resource Curse Symptoms PPP Aspiring MP

Harry Potter themed emotional literacy???? Someone who used to be Evan's teacher must have made this. I mean, seriously.

Harry Potter themed emotional literacy???? Someone who used to be Evan's teacher must have made this. I mean, seriously.

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Quagmire World War One - Mud on the Somme. Men actually drowned in the mud at the Battle of the Somme in 1916."We live in a world of Somme mud. We sleep in it, work in it, fight in it, wade in it and many of us die in it. We see it, feel it, eat it and curse it, but we can't escape it, not even by dying." Quote by Australian Private Edward Lynch

Quagmire World War One - Mud on the Somme. Men actually drowned in the mud at the Battle of the Somme in 1916."We live in a world of Somme mud. We sleep in it, work in it, fight in it, wade in it and many of us die in it. We see it, feel it, eat it and curse it, but we can't escape it, not even by dying." Quote by Australian Private Edward Lynch

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The vast majority of the wealth in Africa is contained in just a handful of countries (although there are 53 countries in Africa), which explains what looks like a death grip on the world's poorest countries in the sub-Sahara. Those poorer countries have been experiencing economic growth in recent years as the wealthy world throws money at their natural resources. But the mix of resource-richness and corruption makes for what some call a "resource curse" that can make inequality

The vast majority of the wealth in Africa is contained in just a handful of countries (although there are 53 countries in Africa), which explains what looks like a death grip on the world's poorest countries in the sub-Sahara. Those poorer countries have been experiencing economic growth in recent years as the wealthy world throws money at their natural resources. But the mix of resource-richness and corruption makes for what some call a "resource curse" that can make inequality

Africa - Economics - this article from The Economist tells about how Africa used to be affected by the ups and downs of oil and other resources, but now it is not.  Africa is also becoming known for manufacturing, tourism, mobile phones and construction.

Africa - Economics - this article from The Economist tells about how Africa used to be affected by the ups and downs of oil and other resources, but now it is not. Africa is also becoming known for manufacturing, tourism, mobile phones and construction.

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