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Dambisa Moyo

Dambisa Moyo is an international economist and New York Times best-selling author of Dead Aid: Why Aid is Not Working and How There is a Better Way For Africa (2009), How the West Was Lost: Fifty Years of Economic Folly – And the Stark Choices that Lie Ahead (2011) and Winner Take All: China's Race for Resources and What It Means for the World (June 2012).

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Anyone who reflexively criticises this, should read "Dead Aid" by Economist Dambisa Moyo. .
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99% of Foreign Aid only benefits corrupt third world elites. Read Zambian economist Dambisa Moyo. More cuts!…
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Dambisa Moyo "income inequality is a reality, it is our problem. We need to invest in our future: Education is crit…
ATM. Dambisa Moyo delivering a session on Income and Inequality here in One Young World Summit.
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Dambisa Moyo: More bearish on EM. Retrenchment toward a more siloed global market. w/
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Dambisa Moyo serves on the boards of Barclays bank, SABMiller, Barrick Gold and Seagate Technology
Dambisa Moyo also speaking fluently, fluidly, without notes, a woman after my own heart. Let 'er rip
brilliant talk by economist Dambisa Moyo. Now debate on Brexit including Norman Lamont and Yanis Varoufakis
Excellent talk by Dambisa Moyo much needed plain speaking
another Dambisa Moyo tidbit - Walmart 3rd largest employer in the world with 2MM employees Amazon with 83k employees
Dr Dambisa Moyo: world becoming more siloed, deglobalisation, more protectionism. Period of deflation followed by inflation. Brutal.
Dambisa Moyo - "I think we are going to see more national champions"
"We are drowning in debt," economist Dambisa Moyo tells IoD conference. Global debt now stands at $240TRILLION - four times GDP. Gulp!
6 risks which Dambisa Moyo recognises are depressing
Dr Dambisa Moyo says productivity very important. What do we do about it though?
Dambisa Moyo references Xi Jinping's deep worry over the natural resource scarcity as massive challenge to the Chinese economy (1/2)
Dr Dambisa Moyo, global economist on global economic risks: income inequality increasing in spite of economic growth.
Fascinating thoughts from Dambisa Moyo on the global headwinds we are facing
Dambisa Moyo, global economist, bursting balloon. Big issues of automation, rising populations and inequality of income. Where does it lead?
Natural resource scarcity is a major concern for China - scarce, finite and depleting says Dambisa Moyo
Global economist Dambisa Moyo tell that there has never been such a concentrated time of risk
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Dambisa Moyo we look at the risk of a Trump presidency AND the risk of a Clinton presidency and how they cou…
Dead Aid by Dambisa Moyo but for guys in Uni.
Dambisa Moyo believes that excessive Monetary Aid to Africa is a dead end and there are better sustainable ways to help
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"Dead Aid" by Dambisa Moyo opened my eyes to the NGO world. It's a worldwide phenomenon. NGOs benefit nobody in need
''Do billions of dollars in aid sent from Western countries to developing African states help reduce poverty?’ .
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"In order to create economic growth, we have to be broad-minded. Ideology is the enemy of growth." Dambisa Moyo
Currently reading "Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working and How There is Another Way for Africa" by Dambisa Moyo
1. I have read Dambisa Moyo's "Dead Aid" & I fatally disagree with a lot of her hypotheses.
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African who doesn't know abt 2morrow, Democracy is luxury.. regardless who rules the country, cha muhimu mkono uende kinywani -Dambisa Moyo
it's true my comments are inspired by "Dead Aid" authored by Dambisa Moyo
You sound like you've read 'Dead Aid' by Dambisa Moyo. What's your proposed solution to fix budget deficits?
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Doing business in Africa – Dambisa Moyo speaks at a conference in Italy
So thrilled we'll get the chance to see at Mines and Money!
Why aid is to blame for Africa's dire economic straits.
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I read a book on this called Dead Aid by Dambisa Moyo. Though I wonder if it still holds up. Recommended!
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Dead Aid: Why aid is not working and how there is another way for Africa by Dambisa Moyo
By Mark Amaza In her book, “Dead Aid”, Zambian economist Dambisa Moyo wrote about how the practice of giving aid... http:…
"In her book Dead Aid, Zambian economist Dambisa Moyo explains how George W Bush's AIDS fund delivered 20 cents on the do…
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Dambisa Moyo leads our July issue with a challenge about resource economics and China's growing economic power:
Dambisa Moyo warns the world about China's growing economic power:
Foreign Aid does more harm than good. Dr Dambisa Moyo.
Why Aid is not working in Africa by Dr Dambisa Moyo. . I agree with this highly talented and brilliant world...
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I would really like to have these two books as in yesterday, "Dead Aid" by Dambisa Moyo and also "Black Skin, White Masks" by Franz Fanon.
'Taking a picture with a starving African child doesnt help raise an African child to believe she can be an engineer or doctor'-Dambisa moyo
Does any one have Dambisa Moyo's Dead Aid as an eBook?
Dead Aid by Dambisa Moyo is a great book for anyone interested in the economic affairs of Africa. Very intelligent lady and well written.
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ThoughtCrime of the Day. Dambisa Moyo: “Investment in new tech for fresh water production is money well spent.”.
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she had great ideas but what happened katwishifye otherwise its a poor video, Dambisa Moyo u can do better...
📝 Financing for development? Show me the money!: In 2009, Zambian economist Dambisa Moyo published her book,… OECD
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Dambisa Moyo is my intellectual crush. I disagree with her, but with a wry smile on my face. Inking' ileyo.
Dambisa Moyo is just gonna ray charles her country of birth just like that? no comments/thoughts/advice etc for us?
on Europe and the development of Africa, I recommend you the work of Zambian macroeconomist Dambisa Moyo, a must read imho.
Regulation will drive commodity prices up regardless of global outlook By Dambisa Moyo | The Exchange
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I think Dambisa Moyo said it best in her book Dead Aid. Aid is not working, we need to think up something new now.
Dr Dambisa Moyo has spoken out against aid in her book Dead Aid.Bill Gates disagrees with her. Aid is big business; charities are coining it
Dambisa Moyo’s controversial book, Dead Aid, has given us an accurate evaluation of the aid culture today. The...
Dambisa Moyo: Why aid is not working
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Typically, these 10 employees support upward of 15 relatives each. Dambisa Moyo in WSJ
“The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago. The second best time is now” - Dambisa Moyo
Aid has increased poverty,corruption &dependency- Dambisa Moyo
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Dambisa Moyo is key critic of Euro and US aid to Africa. A great intellectual warrior!
Dambisa Moyo has not 1 original thought yet promoted by Chatham House because she is a woman A black male is destroyed for discovering
Dambisa Moyo is very clear when it pertains2 aid2 Africa. It has been a disaster! Thomas Sankara hated the debt trap laid out.
Dambisa Moyo appears on Real Time with Bill Maher to discuss the thesis of her new book "Winner Take All" as well as topical economic issues such as farm ...
African Nations have been numbed into inaction by the notion of ‘help’ or the more common term ‘aid’. Without refuting the positive impact officially assisted development has had in Africa and in the South Asia region we agree that aid has had its fair share of negative effects. African thinkers and other global leaders of thought have attacked this concept; a good example is Dambisa Moyo in her book ‘Dead Aid’. The question whether or not Africa still needs aid is a question that continues to inform many discussions in different forums. At this crucial moment in history where we are looking at the year 2015, a year which has been used by the UN and other stakeholders to mark the journey to development in the form of MDGs we need to rethink development. This line of thought has been accounted for in the Post-2015 Development Agenda. As the policy makers and various governments congregate in various sittings in and out of Africa to push for more action towards realization of what is now known a ...
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Solomon: An interview of Dambisa Moyo, who believes that foreign aid is harmful to Africa and should be stopped.
An interview conducted about Dambisa Moyo and her views on foreign aid to Africa in which she argues for it to be discontinued
How the West was Lo$t. By Dambisa Moyo. Our leaders have made terrible decisions and squandered our advantage. Its not to late to change.
Dambisa Moyo on why African success goes unreported Question: What is the future of Africa's contribution to the global economy?Moyo: I think it's time fo...
An eclectic breakfast crowd at the four seasons NYC with arianna Huffington, dambisa Moyo, and Steve Coogan setting the pace.
Dambisa Moyo suggested that dictatorship is a viable alternative and that Western democracy is failing. Egypt?
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Dambisa Moyo on why aid to Africa has been a disaster. full: via
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I've to get back to Dambisa Moyo and her issue of how aid is not in the best interest of Africa.
nice and clean reference from Dambisa Moyo in her book, "Dead Aid".
Aid has been, & continues to be, an unmitigated political, economic & humanitarian disaster for most parts of developing world-Dambisa Moyo
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3 of 5 stars to How the West Was Lost by Dambisa Moyo
Why Peter Buffet is right to call for Philanthropic change (WHy Dambisa Moyo's Dead Aid was prescient)
The further I get into Dead Aid, the more I begin to agree with Dambisa Moyo's viewpoints on aid...
corrupt govts. Google Dambisa Moyo. She makes more sense than Godfrey Bloom.
google Dambisa Moyo & her work 'Dead Aid'. Foreign aid needs to be targetted & shouldn't be given to govts.
The right to a roof over your head or the right to vote? A real challenge to Western ideals is emerging.
Interesting take on that & similar charities by economist Dambisa Moyo. In short: Hurt > help.:
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2- Widening schism: Dambisa Moyo TEDGlobal 2013 - when political rights not the point
Two books I've really enjoyed are 'Dead Aid' by Dambisa Moyo and The Bottom Billion by Paul Collier. Website wise, I recommend
When the Zambian global economist clashed with Billionaire philanthropiston importance of aid
read Dead Aid by dambisa Moyo as well. Also try some Paul krugman if you've not smashed those already
I sense sarcasm but better them 2 do somethin than to sit down writin books like Dambisa Moyo et al
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Dambisa Moyo on ‘Winner Take All: China’s race for resources and what it means for us”: Our planet’s resources...
A fierce war of words has erupted between one of the world’s richest men Bill… more »
“Sometimes the most generous thing you can do is just say no.”― Dambisa Moyo
Bill Gates and Dambisa Moyo spat obscures the real aid debate | Claire Provost
Dambisa Moyo kind of day. Lets see how WInners Take All
Truth is bitter but it must be told to these imperialists that see Africans as beggars that feed on ‘handout’ from the developed nations. It was shocking to me how various States in Nigeria were increasing the number of HIV/AIDS patients solely for receipt of grants from foreign donors. Truly the Aids from donor agencies are veritable source of revenue for looting by these politicians. The writer watched (You Tube) Bill Gates respond to the Book titled “Dead Aid” by Dr. Dambisa Moyo. The respond of Bill Gates was profound that aids has helped in averting sudden death among the poor populace. However, the corruption in aids makes it unhelpful to Africa and at the same time we are tied to their apron string of these imperialists. I salute the courage of Dr. D. Moyo for telling the truth despite the attacks. She disclosed that over $1 trillion dollar as aid has accrued to Africa without any meaningful development. Zambia-born author and renowned economist Dambisa Moyo, on Thursday reacted to the ...
I've been occupying myself on long bus rides around Uganda with Dambisa Moyo's Dead Aid. My notes and reactions are below. This is another late book review, as I never seem to read books when they ...
Dr. Dambisa Moyo is no ordinary scholar. She has a PhD in Economics from Oxford University and a masters degree from Harvard. She has also written two best-selling books and appeared on numerous national television shows and media outlets, along with many other accomplishments. With
FROM: Sidique Abdullah Gondwe Geloo After reading Dambisa Moyo's response to Bill Gates' allegations that she does not know much about aid dismissing her book ' Dead Aid' as a cause for many rich institutions not to give, I thank Bill Gates for asserting what I have always thought about the book. I do not of course nod to the personal attacks. In a nutshell, Miss Moyo claims Bill Gates grossly misrepresented her book Dead Aid. As much as she, in the book, states there are certain kinds of aid that are suitable for Africa, I have always felt the theme and the ideology behind that book is a misunderstanding of what aid is and has been to Africa. The name of the book ,Dead Aid, as well intended as it is meant to be, does a poor job at pointing at gross mismanagement of African economies by half baked politicians being reason why development has been hijacked and as a result created an atmosphere for Big International companies to bend rules, take advantage of tax loopholes,or connive with corrupt leaders to ...
Bill Gates was completely wrong in suggesting that Dambisa Moyo doesn't know much about aid and her work is about promoting evil. I haven't read Dambisa's "Dead Aid," but I know she always differentiates between emergency/humanitarian aid, and development aid. She is mainly critical of the latter type - which forms the bulk of aid to Africa. Gates' foundation is more about humanitarian aid.
Dead Aid – Kashfia Rahman has asked: ‘Dead Aid’ by Dambisa Moyo illustrates how giving more aid in Africa over the course of the years did not help alleviate poverty but rather kept the economy crippled with governments asking for more aid. This flow of aid has created a cycle of aid giving, from which no productive results are coming out due to the fact that it is used to only solve the immediate problems and the money is not being used to make the businesses sustainable in Africa. What is the foundation’s view in this regard? What do you think? You can stream Q&A live here:
International economist and New York Times best-selling author Dr. Dambisa Moyo believes the challenge of unemployment and joblessness is not unique to Afric...
Dambisa Moyo appears on Norway's Grosvold show and discusses Dead Aid with host Anne Grosvold and politician Raymond Johansen (April 18th 2009).
World renowned economist Dambisa Moyo, has commended China’s economic relations with Africa, and said the emerging economy is important to.
Zambian economist Dambisa Moyo says the future is bright for Africa, and that China can play a key role in its development.
There are more poor people in India than in Africa, and even more in China than there are in Africa, but somehow there is a stigma for decades that has been associated with the continent." Dambisa Moyo on CNN. You should be a part of young Africans helping to change that image either through entrepreneurship, innovation, art, music, fashion, sports, or movies. What ever you do be part of that history. African Youth Excellence on my mind.
the deb8- is the west trying too hard to save the world? Investment vs Aid: Dambisa Moyo on Jeffrey Sachs
Why Foreign Aid Is Hurting Africa Money from rich countries has trapped many African nations in a cycle of corruption, slower economic growth and poverty. Cutting off the flow would be far more beneficial, says Dambisa Moyo. March 21, 2009 By DAMBISA MOYO A month ago I visited Kibera, the largest slum in Africa. This suburb of Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, is home to more than one million people, who eke out a living in an area of about one square mile -- roughly 75% the size of New York's Central Park. It is a sea of aluminum and cardboard shacks that forgotten families call home. The idea of a slum conjures up an image of children playing amidst piles of garbage, with no running water and the rank, rife stench of sewage. Kibera does not disappoint. What is incredibly disappointing is the fact that just a few yards from Kibera stands the headquarters of the United Nations' agency for human settlements which, with an annual budget of millions of dollars, is mandated to "promote socially and environmental ...
Paul Kagame, President of Rwanda, sits down with Fareed Zakaria to discuss his country. In this excerpt he talks about Dambisa Moyo's book Dead Aid and his g...
Found this point of view very interesting...and interestingly, I subscribed to it. It reminds me of a certain Dr Mahathir Muhammad of Malaysia and Lee Kuan Yew of Singapore: "What poor countries at the lowest rungs of economic development need is not a multi-party democracy, but in fact a decisive benevolent dictator to push through the reforms required to get the economy moving." - Dambisa Moyo, "Dead Aid"
How To Fight Corruption In Nigeria, By Soyinka, Others The Guardian, Friday, 09 November 2012 By Joseph Onyekwere EMINENT scholars of international repute on Friday charted a new course to the development of Nigeria and indeed Africa, proffering suggestions on how to rid Nigeria and the continent of corruption. Speaking at the 2012 Kuramo Conference held with the theme “The Global Commonwealth” at Eko Hotels and Towers, Lagos, Friday, the scholars, including Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka; a professor of Economics and Director of the Centre for the Study of African Economies at Oxford University, Paul Collier; an international economist andmicroeconomic analyst, Dr. Dambisa Moyo and the Governor of Lagos State, Babatunde Fashola SAN, decried the rate of corruption in Nigeria and the damage it has done to the economy. Soyinka, who was also the chair of the session, said that corruption in Nigeria has become a metaphor. He stated that corruption among government officials was monumental, alleging th ...
Which countries will be the economic success stories of 2013? William Easterly, professor of economics at New York University, and Dambisa Moyo, author of "W...
Democracy is not a prerequisite for development. - Dr Dambisa Moyo
FOREIGN Minister Bob Carr has announced millions of dollars in aid to boost educational opportunities in Sri Lanka, hoping it will help stem the flow of illegal immigrants from the island.
G'morning Tweeps!! This is to warn the world that I am currently reading 'Dead Aid - Dambisa Moyo' and Love&Protest
Dambisa Moyo touches on this in her book Dead Aid Politics - Dambisa Moyo On the Global Election: US or China?: Economist Dambisa Moyo discusses how emerging markets are watch...
Dambisa Moyo to address Cape Town Mining Indaba in Feb: anti-aid, pro-trade economist shd have plenty to say to gathering of crusty miners
I recommend "Dead Aid" by Dambisa Moyo. She made this point years back
new on review of Dambisa Moyo's "Winner Take All" on China's natural resource strategy:
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Fan girl moment of the day: passing Dambisa Moyo on the escalator
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TED Talks When most well-intentioned aid workers hear of a problem they think they can fix, they go to work. This, Ernesto Sirolli suggests, is naïve. In this funny and impassioned talk, he proposes that the first step is to listen to the people you're trying to help, and tap into their own entrepre...
Dambisa Moyo makes a compelling case for a new approach in Africa. Her message is that “Africa’s time is now”. It is time for...(cont)
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Moyo: Stop Sending to Africa: Hum! Aid to Africa has never been about aid to Africa.
One of my role models- Leadshp. is knowing what resources are needed and when-
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Dambisa Moyo claims that China's brand of economic imperialism is friendlier than America's.
Enjoying World in 2013 so far. Peter Orszag, Bill Easterly & Dambisa Moyo are great speakers
About The World In Festival And this year, like every year for the past twenty-five, The Economist has published The World in..., a collection of trends and predictions about the year ahead. Journalists from The Economist and leaders in business, government and a wide variety of fields — from...
Should we fund food aid? To what extent do the negatives affect the purpose?
Would love to see footage of the Kuramo Conference. Wole Soyinka, Paul Collier & Dambisa Moyo all on the same panel is sure to be profound.
We are pleased to join our other compatriots to welcome Dambisa Moyo to Nigeria and to most importantly commend those who invite to share with us her brilliant ideas on :- Nigeria’s responsibility to Africa THURSDAY, 08 NOVEMBER 2012 00:00 TOLU OGUNLESI She came to prominence in 2009 with the publication of her book, Dead Aid, a blistering attack on the international aid industry and its obsession with trying to save Africa. “After more than five decades of the wrong diagnosis, it is time now to turn the corner and take the harder but indisputably better road,” she wrote in the book’s preface. Dambisa Moyo’s thesis in Dead Aid has been controversial, no doubt, but has triggered a crucial debate about African agency, and the future of the continent. Two other books have since appeared, establishing her as a leading voice on economic and development issues around the world: How the West Was Lost: 50 years of economic folly – and the stark choices ahead (2011), and Winner Take All: China’s rac ...
Wangari Maathai shares the same view as Dambisa Moyo, we don't need aid to develop - Rita.
Now doing the big aid debate with Lots of supporters ready to discuss.first up, 2 contrasting videos from Dambisa Moyo & Oxfam
"Dead Aid" author Dambisa Moyo says that, although there are political and environmental issues in China that need to be dealt with, Chinese investment in Af...
have you read Dambisa Moyo's Winner Take All? Any good?
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You guys should read Dead Aid by Dambisa Moyo.
If there was a day I would love to see,is when I have Dambisa Moyo, Okonjo Iwealaand Ngozi Adichie at the same table. I would be STAR STRUCK
I uploaded a video BBC Newsnight - Dambisa Moyo discusses microcredit with Muhammad Yunus.
Dambisa Moyo to speak about China's race for resources & its geopolitical and economic consequences the Cambridge Union Society on Oct. 23
Just out! My interview with Canada's Allan Gregg talked about trade imbalances and subsidies. Hop ...
'Winner Take All' by Dambisa Moyo in my possession. Thanks Major shout out! :)
Just read Dambisa Moyo's book, this has all been said before.
Dambisa Moyo would be an interesting guest on on this subject
Dambisa Moyo talk to CBC about the need for more innovative solutions to Africa's development and why aid has failed (May 25, 2009).
I uploaded a video Is Aid Killing Africa Dambisa Moyo talks about Dead Aid on ABC
Two books I must read Winner Take All by Dambisa Moyo and Biko, A Biography by Dr Xolela Mangcu:) Loving the reviews;)
Have we ever considered other alternative ways to finance that budget deficit? Dambisa Moyo route?
Dambisa Moyo in tandem with Thabo Mbeki...HIV DOES NOT cause AIDS only if my people could READ,RESEARCH n conclude...TM was no joke
The Economics Association of Zambia, We are hosting Dr. Dambisa Moyo this evening at Taj Pamodzi Hotel, Club Lounge...A public lecture on AFRICA, CHINA and The Global Economy
Readers are mad at my suggestion Dambisa Moyo's economic theories influence Stephen Harper and Jim Flaherty.
Dambisa Moyo is making great strides in improving the image of economists.
Many of us believe that aid to Africa is crucial to lift people out of poverty. But not Dambisa Moyo. In a controversial new book, she argues that foreign ai...
Dambisa Moyo is so inspirational. I can't wait to get into international economics!
International economist Dambisa Moyo talked about the huge impact of China's efforts to control basic resources around the world. She used some slides during...
Dambisa Moyo speaks to Yahoo! Finance's Aaron Task about China's global deal making and the implications on commodity supply constraints (July 20, 2012).
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Dambisa Moyo: 'The world will be drawn into a war for resources'
Dambisa Moyo speaks to Louise Story of The New York Times about China's economic role in Africa (July 2, 2012).
Dambisa Moyo on China's economic role in Africa. | Why hedge funds look for directors in the Cayman Islands. | What to expect from the week's employment repo...
China's impact on the global economy since it embarked on the pursuit of growth through the market three decades ago has been a two-way street. On the one hand, there is the familiar story of how the world's most populous nation and its second biggest economy has exported a stream of cheap manufactured goods with richer nations making up for the deficiencies of domestic demand in what is still quite a poor country. On the other hand, there is the story of China as the biggest buyer of raw materials on a worldwide scale, a resources-poor nation bent on headlong expansion which needs to be fuelled by supply from Africa, the Middle East, Australia, Latin America and neighbours such as Burma. This second element in China's rise has been recorded in a number of regional studies on Africa and Latin America. Now economist Dambisa Moyo has broadened out the canvas to set China as the core element in her dire warning of a global race for resources as demand for everything from copper to corn outpaces supply. She m ...
I liked a video from BBC One - The Andrew Marr Show : Dambisa Moyo re
Dambisa Moyo appears on CNN's Your Money along with commodity trader and author Jim Rogers (June 17, 2012).
Dambisa Moyo appeared on MSNBC's Morning Joe to discuss her new book "Winner Take All" and the impact that China's commodity demands will have on the world. ...
Dambisa Moyo's Dead Aid book made me look at the world with a third eye. Y'all should try it.
Andrew Marr reviews the Sunday papers with Dambisa Moyo and columnist Mary Ann Sieghar (June 24, 2012).
'Winner Take All' author Dambisa Moyo appears on FOX Business and breaks down how China's aggressive approach to acquiring more resources could drive prices ...
...ok, so new celebrity crush...economist and author Dambisa Moyo. Yes, I'm still in love with Alex Wagner, but Mss. Moyo is quickly creeping up on her.
Good one. Well argued and balanced. Google: Naomi Klein, The Shock Doctrine. You may like Dambisa Moyo's work too.
According to Dambisa Moyo, China has lifted 300, 000,000 people (that is 300 million human souls) out of poverty over the last 30 years (that is, since Deng Xiaoping forced free enterprise measures into the Chinese economy). China, though never totally colonized, was, make no mistake about it, on the wrong end of the "white" Imperialist heat. Today, the "Colonial Discourse" has no place in Chinese... society. I stand to be corrected, but i dont think that many of these Chinese (who are building better lives for themselves and their families) invest much of their precious time, and money, in studying these ever-popular talking-points of white liberal circles (with their affluent consciences) and black Afro-Caribbean apologists (with their out-of-place-and-time intellects): "Anti-Imperialism", "White Guilt", "Reparation", Decolonization".
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