English, Article edition: Leaving Poverty Behind: A Radical Proposal for Developing Bangladesh Through Emigration Jonathon W. Moses

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  • Leaving Poverty Behind: A Radical Proposal for Developing Bangladesh Through Emigration
Author
  • Jonathon W. Moses
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  • This article argues that the most efficient way of developing Bangladesh is to encourage more emigration. This argument is made in three steps: (i) proposing that 10% of the population be encouraged to emigrate to member states in the Bangladeshi Aid Consortium; (ii) outlining the anticipated costs; and (iii) describing the anticipated gains, which in the light of any feasible alternative, and when contrasted with the relatively meagre costs, are phenomenal and encouraging. By providing individual Bangladeshis with such an opportunity the hopes of the millions remaining behind are strengthened. Copyright (c) The Author 2009. Journal compilation (c) 2009 Overseas Development Institute..
  • RePEc:bla:devpol:v:27:y:2009:i:4:p:457-479
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