Cooperation without Coercion

voluntary-exchange‘Sustainable solutions to problems in the developing world’ is a common phrase in today’s political economic discourse. But as examples show, more than development plans from government and non-government entities, sustainable solutions are rooted in market ideas and products. The article brings into perspective two examples of women empowerment and poverty alleviation (two of the most important development agendas) and shares how non planned phenomenon have more impact that planned development initiatives. Is it just a co-incidence or is there more to it? Read more on samriddhi.org.

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