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Making poor nations rich: Entrepreneurship and the process of economic development, edited by Benjamin Powell. 2008. Stanford: Stanford Economics and Finance and the Independent Institute

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Carden, A. Making poor nations rich: Entrepreneurship and the process of economic development, edited by Benjamin Powell. 2008. Stanford: Stanford Economics and Finance and the Independent Institute. Rev Austrian Econ 21, 355–359 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11138-008-0052-6

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