Tag Archives: Duncan Green

iimbsd: come jogging with me

Some time ago I adopted the pedestrianism label for my approach to running. Now I’m finally ready to advertise myself as a running guide for exploring Shanghai I’m reconsidering. Why go for a big word when there is a small one, … Continue reading

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visualizing inequality

One of my resources to keep in touch with development debates is Oxfam GB Duncan Green’s From Poverty to Power blog. Apart from his own interesting posts and guest contributions he regularly publishes a Links I Liked post that always contains click-worthy … Continue reading

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the art of making powerful comparisons

Just came across a good example of bringing stats to life: The top 100 billionaires added $240 billion to their wealth in 2012 – enough to end world poverty four times over.  If you’re interested in how this was calculated, … Continue reading

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