According to Pedro Videla, the chair of the Economics Department at IESE Business School, the headline in the history books for the last 10–20 years will not be about the internet or the 2008 financial crisis but the incredible increase in prosperity in the developing world, which saw an unprecedented 450 million people come out of poverty in the period from 1980 to 2010.
KeywordsGross Domestic Product Regional Difference Carbon Emission Environmental Kuznets Curve Environmental Sensibility
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