Poverty trap formed by the ecology of infectious diseases

  • Bonds M
  • Keenan D
  • Rohani P
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Abstract While most of the world has enjoyed exponential economic growth, more than one- sixth of the world is today roughly as poor as their ancestors were many generations ago. Widely accepted general explanations for the persistence of such poverty have been ...

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  • Ecology
  • Economics
  • Infectious disease
  • Poverty

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