Monthly Archives: December 2014

Development Economics: a Sachful of discomfort and confusion

I’ve recently┬ástarted “The End of Poverty,” by Jeffrey Sachs (2005), and I’m about a third finished. I’m not too familiar with how the book is perceived today, 9 years later, or with much of Sachs’ current work. In a sense, that’s good, as I came at the book without a notion of what I “should” […]