"Other countries, especially in sub-Saharan Africa, are still trying to catch up. But they are left behind because of too little—not too much—trade... If there were more trade, poor countries would likely be much wealthier."
The fixed cake fallacy: Why I was wrong to believe that rich countries are rich because poor countries are poor
Wolfgang Fengler shares how his views evolved believing that the solution to global poverty lay in taking resources away from the rich and redistributing them to the poor.
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