Make Poverty Business

This book provides methods of bridging the gap by constructing a rigorous profit-making argument for multinational corporations to do more business with the poor. The book should be read by international business managers seeking to increase profits and decrease risk in developing countries, and by development advocates who seek to harness the profit motive to reduce poverty. The book makes numerous low-risk, low-cost recommendations for businesses and donors, all of which are rooted in a rigorous discussion of the underlying strategic and economic issues.



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Regions / countries / territories

Americas: United States Europe: 52 countries (show)

Global issues

Community development; Job creation and enterprise development