Antipoverty lessons from around the world: Is it time to "go global?"
Table of Contents (Spring 2009)
GOING GLOBAL: ANTIPOVERTY LESSONS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
Joshua Cohen and Charles Sabel argue that the times has come to buid a 21st century labor market modeled on key principles of Denmark's "flexicurity" system.
Martin Ravallion looks to antipoverty programs in developing countries to understand how developed nations like the United States can provide stimulus while reducing long-term poverty.
Ray Boshara describes the key features of asset-building programs throughout the world and examines how the United States can apply them to achieve economic security for the poor.
Jacob S. Hacker describes how the United States and Canada have taken two different roads and why the Canadian road provides lessons the Unired States migh take to heart.
In our new "Spotlight On" feature, we talk with Growing Power's Will and Erika Allen about the potential and future of urban agriculture in combating poverty. All Issues Pathways magazine covers Click here to view all issues
Research in Brief
A surprising trend in wealth inequality, the biological determinants of poor children's academic performance, the long-term effects of job displacement, and other cutting-edge research.
Getting to Equal: Progress, Pitfalls, and Policy Solutions on the Road to Gender Parity in the Workplace
Have we "stalled out" in the historic march toward gender equality in the workplace? Pamela Stone weighs the evidence and makes the case for a new way forward.