Ending Extreme Poverty With Domestic Resources: An Interview With University of Sydney’s Chris Hoy

by the International Budget Partnership— Jan 19, 2017

Do developing countries have the scope to raise sufficient domestic resources to end extreme poverty among their citizenry? A recent working paper titled Gasoline, Guns, and Giveaways, published by the Center for Global Development found, somewhat surprisingly, that almost three-quarters of global poverty could be tackled through the redistribution of national resources. Co-author Chris Hoy shares more about what this means for those working on government budgets.