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One Laptop per Child—But Let the Market Pick It

Competition can help get technology—and other needed resources—into the hands of the world’s poorest children.

Double Standards in Nigerian Health

What if Muslim clerics were held to the same standards as Pfizer?

Why American Business Needs The American…

And perhaps you do, too.

Hernando De Soto for Chief Economist

An insightful Peruvian could shake up the World Bank.

Not Another Cure-All Pill for Poverty

What the poor need is options, not prescriptions.

Public 'Private' Equity: The Tax Puzzle

Tax hikes on private equity firms will hurt the ordinary investor most.

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A new weekly feature.

Fertility Treatments Bring Twins—and Trouble

As assisted reproduction becomes commonplace, medical and moral difficulties remain.

An African In Kabul

A civilian adviser says private enterprise is the key to Afghan reconstruction.

Maxing Out on Debt Hysteria

The American household is better off than you think.

The Real Tax Trick

Government spending, not tax revenue, is a better measure of public involvement in private markets.

Games Are For Kids...Or Are They?

A maturing industry faces an aging user base.

A Beautiful Country

Japan continues to grow, defying the expectations of pessimists and triumphalists alike.

G8 on Health: Spender Faster, Not Smarter

The developed nations are happy to send aid, but reluctant to ask uncomfortable questions.

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A new weekly feature.

For Zimbabwe, the World Cup Beats the World Bank

Most international agencies have broken down in their efforts to help the country. FIFA can do better.

Drug Regulation: Has the Worst Become the Norm?

A sad litany of new examples suggests the FDA has lost its ability to reason about risk.

Stay Soft on 'Soft Dollars'

One way or another, investment managers are always accountable to their clients.

Profit for the Poorest

A U.S. initiative encourages businesses to see Africa’s poor as an untapped market.

Rethinking the Obesity ‘Crisis’

Weight has always been hard to control, says a leading science writer.

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