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Policy Brief

A Shared Future: Reducing Global Poverty

CED released this paper as part of its May 2002 Policy Forum "The Economics and Politics of Globalization: A Global Perspective from the International Network of Private Business Organizations". The paper contends that business and government leaders in the developed world have an obligation to, and an interest in, reducing poverty worldwide. It focuses on three critical areas: setting sound economic policies, improving governance and rooting out corruption, and investing in human and social capital.

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Date Published
May 15, 2002

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