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Easterly sets out to prove that searchers are better than planners in his 2006 book. Throughout the book he explores what are the best efforts to enhance the lifestyles of less... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Ms. Jr Inwood
Found the first section on planners vs searchers fascinating. Completely changed how I view foreign aid. Excellent read. . .Published on 29 Mar. 2013 by syrphur
I've come to this rather late, as in this game the 6 years since publication has changed the story to some extent, but the basic message is still entirely valid. Read morePublished on 6 Jan. 2013 by G. Duigu
First of all I'd like to point out that I haven't read the whole book yet.
However, as an Economics student in Spain with some cultural background on Africa (because my... Read more
I thoroughly recommend this book. It's not anti-foreign aid, but it asks sensible and probing questions about how Aid is funded and organised, how it is actually used on the... Read morePublished on 9 July 2011 by Krappyrubsnif
Easterly's book is about the efficiency of development aid. In the beginning of his book, he proposes the existence of two tragedies: the tragedy that one billion people are living... Read morePublished on 5 July 2011 by Alexander Sokol
This book made me think that after so many years, the white man is still not able to give up his "burden". Very predictable and heavily loaded with a liberal connotations.Published on 28 Jan. 2010 by ays
this book gives a brilliant, and different insight into the world of development in an informal and interesting way.Published on 6 Jan. 2010 by Ms. E. Stiles