1 edition of Growth and poverty found in the catalog.
Growth and poverty
Pradeep S. Mehta
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by], Pradeep S. Mehta, Bipul Chatterjee|
|Contributions||Consumer Unity & Trust Society|
|LC Classifications||HC435.2 .G76 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 231 p. :|
|Number of Pages||231|
|LC Control Number||2011351573|
Downloadable (with restrictions)! In this article we examine the dynamic causal relationship between economic growth, employment, and poverty reduction in South Africa – using the Auto-Regressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) bounds testing procedure. The study attempts to answer one critical question: does economic growth in South Africa trickle down to the poor through job creation? `"Growth, Inequality and Poverty, edited by Anthony Shorrocks and Rolph Van Der Hoeven, is a very useful addition to the literature on the subject. Perhaps for the first time, readers will see how the thinking has evolved, converged and where disagreements remain, all in one › Books › Business & Money › Business Culture.
This economic growth was accompanied by a large reduction in poverty (from 58 percent in to 37 percent in ), which included dramatic increases in school enrollment and a rapid decrease in child malnutrition. Economic Growth, Poverty, and Household Welfare inVietnamuses an Absolute poverty in the globalizing developing economies has fallen sharply in the past 20 years. T he evidence from individual cases and from cross-country analysis supports the view that globalization leads to faster growth and poverty reduction in poor countries. This paper—a product of Macroeconomics and Growth, Development Research
This project has been published as a book "Economic Growth and Poverty" by Nanak Kakwani and Hyun Hwa Son , The international Library of Critical Writings in Economics ; An Elgar Resaech Perceptions of Africa have changed dramatically. Viewed as a continent of wars, famines and entrenched poverty in the late s, there is now a focus on “Africa rising” and an “African 21st century.” Two decades of unprecedented economic growth in Africa should
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The relationship between growth, inequality, and poverty lies at the heart of development economics. This volume draws together many of the most important recent contributions to the controversies surrounding this topic. Some of the chapters help explain why there is profound disagreement on crucial issues of growth, poverty and inequality within academic circles, and among Globalization, Growth, and Poverty book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Globalization is a powerful force for poverty reduction 'Globalization, Growth, and Poverty' focuses on globalization in terms of growing economic integration resulting from the increased flow of goods and services, people, capital, and information.
The report is primarily concerned with the effect that this growing integration has on economic growth and poverty This book analyses the distributional effects of economic growth on different dimensions of poverty in Colombia.
It provides a microeconomic perspective on how economic growth affected poverty and inequality at the household level, as well as a macroeconomic perspective on the effects of growth on regional living :// Book November resulting in a better and improved understanding of the linkage between economic growth and poverty reduction.
The literature on cross-country regressions, however, has Public Expenditures, Growth, and Poverty assesses the efficacy of poverty reduction programs in Latin America, Africa, and Asia by synthesizing studies conducted by the International Food Policy Research Institute over the past ten years.
Overall, the studies find that investments in agricultural research, infrastructure, and human capital are beneficial in the long term, This book delves into the recent linkage (or the lack of it) between economic growth and poverty in the developing world and discusses conditions that link them (or keep them apart).
It prods the readers to revisit the growth-poverty experiences as witnessed in recent times, in ‘This book provides the appropriate balance in the analysis of the links between two decades of growth and poverty-reduction in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Relying on very comprehensive and excellent country studies, it is able to show a lot more clearly than others, the mainly positive effects of the recent African growth :// book, Going Global (), includes case studies of several of these countries, and good studies exist of some others, though in general there has not been a systematic review of these post globalizers.
The recent globalizers have experienced an Inequality, Poverty, and Growth: Cross-Country Evidence Prepared by Garbis Iradian1 Authorized for distribution by J.
Erik De Vrijer February Abstract This Working Paper should not be reported as representing the views of the :// Growth, Inequality, and Poverty Prospects for Pro-Poor Economic Development Edited by Anthony Shorrocks and Rolph van der Hoeven WIDER Studies in Development Economics.
A major contribution to one of the core issues current in development :// Abstract. This chapter presents estimates of the number of people in poverty and changes over time in the number of people in poverty, identifies factors that are related to poverty, and evaluates the role that population growth plays in determining :// E-BOOK EXCERPT.
One side in the current debate about who benefits from growth has focused solely on average impacts on poverty and inequality, while the other side has focused on the diverse welfare impacts found beneath the averages. Both sides have a point. #1Bestseller in [pdf] [tuebl] [kindle] [epub] [mobi] [audiobook], #1 e-Book New Release The essays in this book deal with institutional and policy questions concerning growth and poverty, as well as sectoral issues, and individual country :// 6.
Growth, Poverty Reduction, and Inequality in Rwanda Andy McKay and Marijke Verpoorten 7. Poverty and its Dynamics in Uganda: Explorations Using a New Set of Poverty Lines Bjorn Van Campenhout, Haruna Sekabira, and Dede Houeto Aduayom Part 2.
Rapid Growth but Limited Poverty Reduction 8. Burkina Faso: Shipping around the Malthusian and Povert Economic Growth and Poverty by Nanak Kakwani,available at Book Depository with free delivery :// 2 Poverty reduction in Uganda, India, Vietnam, and China closely related to growth 6 3 World poverty, 8 4 Average unweighted tariff rates by region 9 5 Wage growth by country group 13 6 Per capita CO2 emissions in the E-7 economies, 17 Three waves of globalization The rapid growth over the past three decades has been instrumental in lifting over million people in China out of poverty, and people want to know why and how it happened.
International evidence has made it clear that a global economy based on current patterns of consumption and production › Economics. The literature on growth and poverty is voluminous and still evolving.
This title distills the most important lessons from developing countries' experience with growth and poverty.
It provides a broad understanding of the impact of economic policies on growth and poverty reduction in › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Social Sciences. As growth wanes and progress in reducing the still high levels of inequality in the region slows, it will be more important than ever for governments to focus policies on inclusive growth.
The book includes an overview that highlights progress towards the goals of poverty eradication and shared prosperity between andunpacks recent. “This book is a quick and easy read for academics, experts, and advocates in the development assistance and global studies arena.
And the findings are relevant to move forward the discussion on creating policies to make aid more effective. Aid, Growth, and Poverty: An Empirical Review of Cross-country Research. Pages Glennie Poverty and hunger are closely linked - those who live in poverty are likely to suffer from hunger or malnutrition.
Poverty and hunger are often caused The theme of this book is that economic growth is key, but institutions and other national and subnational attributes matter as well.
They are critical to explaining differences in social development and poverty reduction across countries and subnational areas that cannot be accounted for by growth ://