Poverty data never tells the whole story
Focusing on improving simple poverty metrics is no substitute for an economic strategy that tries to create wider prosperity.
BA (Hons) in Economics, Brigham Young Univ.; MPhil in Economics (Rhodes Scholar), Oxford; MBA and DBA, Harvard Business School. 1979-84, Boston Consulting Group; 1982, White House Fellow; 1982-83, Assistant to two US Treasury Secretaries; 1984, Co-Founder, President and Chairman, Ceramics Process Systems. Current position; concurrently, Technology & Operations Mgmt. and General Mgmt, Harvard Business School. Since 1975, has served Boy Scouts of America; since 1984, Member and Chairman of the Board, Massachusetts Affiliate of the American Diabetes Association; since 1986, Member, Program Review Board and Strategic Planning Cttee, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston. Author. Recipient of awards.