Foreign Aid and Bad Government
Jan 30, 2009
In an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, Iqbal Quadir writes on how development is most effective by aiding entrepreneurs.
by Iqbal Z. Quadir
Barack Obama has talked a lot about changing the way America relates to the world, and few areas are as ripe for reform as our policies on foreign aid. They have contributed to economic stagnation in poor countries and deprived America of large export markets. Entrepreneurship, not aid, is essential to rejuvenate markets in the developing world and, in turn, help America prosper. Read more at The Wall Street Journal >>