Economic Progress

The economies that are home to the poorest billions of people need to grow if we want global poverty to decline

'The injustice of an extremely unequal world needs to end.' Image: Unsplash/ Aldrin Rachman Pradana

Max Roser

Programme Director, Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford

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Economic growth is essential for enabling people to leave poverty behind. Image: Our World in Data

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