Global Development 2.0: Can philanthropists, the public and the poor make poverty history?

Argues that the development agenda is no longer dominated by a club of rich-country officials, but that mega-philanthropists, celebrities, advocacy networks and the general public have elbowed their way in. This breaking open of the charmed circle heralds a new era of global action on poverty. But how can we ensure that it yields lasting and widespread improvement in the lives of the world’s poorest people? Contributors include Matthew Bishop, Mark Kramer, Ashok Khosla and Simon Zadek.

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