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Champions of the Poor: The Economic Consequences of Judeo-Christian Values Paperback – March 1, 1998


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"Barend de Vries combines the professional skill of the trained economist, the fruits of a lifetime spent in analyzing and addressing the problems of developing economies, and the moral focus that has animated the religious search for social justice. He has provided an important guide to those who search for clarity in the struggle to restore the issues of social justice and moral purpose to modern economic life."—Sumner M. Rosen, professor emeritus of social policy, Columbia University

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Barend A. de Vries is a former chief economist and Director of Creditworthiness Assessment for the World Bank, where he helped countires work on problems related to external debt, export policies, and industrial competitiveness. He has also worked in the Cowles Commission at the University of Chicago and at the International Monetary Fund. He is the author of Remaking the World Bank (1987).
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