Globalization And Poverty: Comparative Analysis Of Bangladesh And Nigeria

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Globalization and Poverty are two key contemporary issues in economic development with the former assumed to be causing the latter in developing countries. Developing countries are characterized by international economic stagnation and generalized poverty within which they are caught, the current form of globalization is actually tightening rather than loosening the international poverty trap. This paper addresses the linkage of globalization and poverty in two developing countries of Bangladesh and Nigeria. The trend of poverty and the structures of their economies were compared from 1985 to 2006 using descriptive statistics survey to analyze the facts.

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