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For Richer For Poorer: An Oxfam report on western connections with world hunger

For Richer For Poorer: An Oxfam report on western connections with world hunger

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For Richer For Poorer investigates how the debt crisis and economic policies of the world's wealthier nations are creating mounting poverty in the Third World. Examples from Oxfam's work illustrate how poor people are coping with the effects of policies decided thousands of miles away.
For Richer For Poorer investigates how the debt crisis and economic policies of the world's wealthier nations are creating mounting poverty in the Third World. Examples from Oxfam's work illustrate how poor people are coping with the effects of policies decided thousands of miles away.

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02/08/2013

 
FOR
RICHER
FOR
RER
N OXFAM^aiEPORT ON WESTERNCONNECTIONS WITH WORLD HUNGER
BY JOHN
CLARK
First published 1986© Oxfam 1986ISBN 0 85598 077 XTypeset by Typo Graphics, OxfordPrinted by Belmont Press, NorthamptonPublished by Oxfam274 Banbury Road, Oxford 0X2 7DZ, United Kingdom.
This book converted to digital file in 2010
 
Acknowledgements
I would like to thank the many people who helped
in
the preparation of this book,without whom it would never have seen the light of day.Particular thanks go to my colleagues in Oxfam, both overseas and in the UK,who provided valuable information, suggestions and comment. Within theCampaigns Unit, special thanks go to Rob—who helped piece the initial jumbleof facts, theories and ideas into a coherent shape, and to Beverley, Zita andAnne who translated the jumble into legible typescripts.I am also very grateful to those in development institutes who providedinformation and guidance, in particular to Susanna Davies, Reg Green,Stephanie Griffiths-Jones, Michael Lipton, Robin Luckham, Simon Maxwell,Walter Newlyn, Andrew Nickson and Chris Smith, and to staff at the ODA, theWorld Bank European office, OECD and Unicef, who gave their assistance. Mythanks go also to Christopher Huhne who helped me understand some of thecomplex issues relating to debt.Finally, special thanks go to Sue who gave me support and encouragementwhen I most needed it.
John
Clark,
October, 1986.

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