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This book is extremely well researched and documented.
I find it interesting to think that patent protection for most things is not necessary or enforcable in developing countries and is incompatable with free trade.
The book is well written and a great pleasure to read, and I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in development.
Very interesting picture of the recient history of Korea.Published 10 days ago by María Fernanda Arias
The title could put you off, because it sounds like some socialist diatribe. But don't be deterred -- the message here is a very important one for a world that is embracing free... Read morePublished 13 days ago by John Richards
Great book, no doubt about it. Wit, entertained, deep, critic. It gives is a great overview of the most controversial issues about development economics of our time.Published 1 month ago by Greivin Hernandez-Gonzalez
Easy read that expands and reinforces Piketty's seminal insight. Very informative by itself, but better with Capital in the 21st Century and the other Ha-Joon books.Published 2 months ago by George McDuffee
It is not actually a book about economics, but about history. Therefore, it contains verifiable facts, not theory. Very easy reading. It is aimed precisely at the good samaritans. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gonzalez Guillermo A
Loved this book. It was easy to read and follow. The world can function differently and it all starts with reading to open up our minds.Published 4 months ago by Mosa
I recommand this book to any developing country scholar regardless their field. Must read for elites involve or not in their country education, economy, business etc.Published 4 months ago by Gerard A. Akindes