1987, English, Book, Illustrated edition: The paradox of poverty : a reappraisal of economic development policy / Paul Steidlmeier. Steidlmeier, Paul, 1942-

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The paradox of poverty : a reappraisal of economic development policy / Paul Steidlmeier
 
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  • xx, 318 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Published
  • Cambridge, Mass. : Ballinger, c1987.
Language
  • English

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Title
  • The paradox of poverty : a reappraisal of economic development policy /​ Paul Steidlmeier.
Author
  • Steidlmeier, Paul, 1942-
Published
  • Cambridge, Mass. : Ballinger, c1987.
Physical Description
  • xx, 318 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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Notes
  • Includes bibliographies and indexes.
Language
  • English
ISBN
  • 0887301843
Dewey Number
  • 338.9
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public:LillianWilson
2017-11-14 22:42:33.0

Recently I was writing a review for writemyessay.pro about the paradox of poverty. We want a lot of money. If you do not suddenly get rich, then earn a lot and get rich gradually. But nobody from the younger generation did not study financial literacy. Such a paradox was found by American financier and publicist Thomas Corley during his travels around the world.

Thomas realized that neither parents nor school did not teach young people the skills inherent in wealthy people. Therefore, people live "from wages to salaries".

In society, there is a stereotype that to be rich is to be bad. Supposedly wealth is synonymous with corruption, greed and politics. Although you can honestly become rich. Let not be a millionaire, but a wealthy person.

Parents, understand: you give children the foundation of future knowledge, and financial literacy and responsibility are what children should know. Thomas Corley has identified 15 habits in 5 years of research that strikingly distinguish people with different levels of prosperity.