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Handheld Poverty Fighters: Building the Killer Apps of Global Prosperity

Among many of those in the development space, connective technologies are either the cheat code to global prosperity or a false prophet.

Among many in the development space, connective technologies are either the cheat code to global prosperity or a false prophet obscuring the real challenges affecting the world’s poor. Officials as high-ranking as Secretary Hillary Clinton have called the spread of cheap cell phones and laptops a driving force against poverty even as many of their most promising applications are failing to deliver on scale. Regardless of which camp you belong to, its hard to ignore the fact that even the poorest citizens have access to mobile technology and we are more connected than ever before.

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The Good Gap: Why Do Chinese Consumers Care More About Responsible Business Than Americans?

Citizen consumers in emerging markets care more about social responsibility and ethical business than those in developed countries. Why the good gap?

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