A summary of the key points raised by each reading.

Introduce the main theme of the articles

– A summary of the key schools of thoughts raised by each reading

– Compare and Contrast each of their main claims

– Evaluate and analyse the arguments

– Conclude and summarise my main key points.

1. Dollar, David and Aart Kraay (2002), ‘Spreading the Wealth’, Foreign Affairs, 81 (1), 120-133.

2. Kiely, Ray (2007), ‘Poverty Reduction Through Liberalisation? Neoliberalism and the Myth of Global Convergence’, Review of International Studies, 33 (3), 415-434.

3. Wade, Robert Hunter (2005), ‘Does Inequality Matter?’, Challenge: the magazine of economic affairs, 48 (5), 12-38.

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