A dozen lessons from the development-policy trenches.
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Raising the minimum wage appears to help the poor, but these policies fail to create the conditions that help people move from poverty to prosperity.
A new generation of digital breakthroughs holds the potential to deliver important social benefits, but only if we adopt technology in a different way.
A growing body of knowledge is leading to happier teams and better choices.
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