Development & Poverty

Globalization rocks but african leaders fail to see it By Franklin Cudjoe

Emperor Hu’s new clothes for Africa By Bright B Simons, Evans Lartey and Franklin Cudjoe

One thing China can’t offer Africa By Bright B Simons, Evans Lartey and Franklin Cudjoe

Africa needs freer markets and fewer tyrants By Franklin Cudjoe

An Interview with June Arunga By Amanda Howe

How can poor countries help themselves ? By Franklin Cudjoe

Human Rights Groups Accused of Undermining Capitalism By Sherrie Gossett

Can Greed Save Africa? – Fearless investing is succeeding where aid often hasn’t By Roben Farzad

The developping world needs trade, not aid, to help the poor By James Shikwati

Personal view Rock-star economics are not helping poor Africans By Franklin Cudjoe

Star power : When celebrities support causes, who really winds up benefiting? Jonathan Curiel

Finding a better way for Africa By Franklin Cudjoe

Can St Bob really Make Poverty History? By Rosie Murray-West

Development & Economic Freedom : Reflections on Africa’s Famine: What Jeffrey Sachs overlooked By Franklin Cudjoe

Don’t blame it all on the West By By W F Deedes

African Perspectives on Aid:
Foreign Assistance Will Not Pull Africa Out of Poverty
by Thompson Ayodele, Franklin Cudjoe, Temba A. Nolutshungu, and Charles K. Sunwabe

Protectionism Won’t Save Countries from Poverty or AIDS By Franklin Cudjoe

Nigeria’s Struggle with Corruption Mallam Nuhu Ribadu

Privatization and Economic Reform By Thompson Ayodele

Trade liberalization and trade barriers
By Thompson Ayodele

Protestors ignore benefits of free trade By Johan Norberg, Roger Bate and Thomson Ayodele

Is Privatization a cure-all for the economic ills? By Thompson Ayodele