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dc.creatorD'Alpoim Guedes, Jade
dc.creatorCarrasco, David
dc.creatorFlad, Rowan
dc.creatorFosse, Ethan
dc.creatorHerzfeld, Michael
dc.creatorLewis, Cecil M.
dc.creatorLamberg-Karlovsky, Carl C.
dc.creatorLiebmann, Matthew
dc.creatorMeadow, Richard
dc.creatorPatterson, Nick
dc.creatorPrice, Max
dc.creatorReiches, Meredith
dc.creatorRichardson, Sarah
dc.creatorShattuck-Heidorn, Heather
dc.creatorUr, Jason
dc.creatorUrton, Gary
dc.creatorWarinner, Christina
dc.description.abstractThe extent to which a paper written by economists Quamrul Ashraf and Oded Galor, which is forthcoming in the American Economic Review, is flawed on both factual and methodological grounds is presented. Aside from claiming that there is a causal effect of genetic diversity on economic success, the paper also heavily suggests that too much or too little genetic diversity hampers development.en_US
dc.publisherCurrent Anthropologyen_US
dc.rightsIn copyright
dc.subjectGenetic diversity
dc.subjectSocial science critique
dc.titleIs Poverty in our Genes?: A Reply to Ashraf and Galor
dc.description.citationJade d'Alpoim Guedes, David Carrasco, Rowan Flad, Ethan Fosse, Michael Herzfeld, Carl C. Lamberg-Karlovsky, Cecil M. Lewis, Matthew Liebmann, Richard Meadow, Nick Patterson, Max Price, Meredith Reiches, Sarah Richardson, Heather Shattuck-Heidorn, Jason Ur, Gary Urton & Christina Warinner (2013). “Is Poverty in our Genes?: A Reply to Ashraf and Galor.” Current Anthropology 54(1): 71-79.

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    This collection features scholarly work by Jade d'Alpoim Guedes, assistant professor in the anthropology department at Washington State University.

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