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Growth, inequality and poverty

Martin Ravallion

Growth, inequality and poverty

looking beyond averages

by Martin Ravallion

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StatementMartin Ravallion.
SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 2558, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 2558.
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LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57
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Open LibraryOL3669241M
LC Control Number2002616070


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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.

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Inequality and Growth in Global Perspective. Author: Peter Edward,Andy Sumner; Publisher: Springer ISBN: Category: Social Science Page: 89 View: DOWNLOAD NOW» In this book Edward and Sumner argue that to better understand the impact of global growth on poverty it is necessary to consider what happens across a wide range of poverty lines.

In the past two decades, China has achieved world renown for reducing rural poverty. However, it is becoming harder to reduce poverty and inequality further in China, even though its economy continues to grow.

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Growth, Inequality, and Poverty Reduction Income Growth Has Reduced Poverty in Developing Countries around the World, but Inequality Remains a Challenge By Kendall Morgan, PhD. The book also presents a set of country studies with rich information on growth, poverty and inequality dynamics and the policy challenges that arise in marching toward inclusive growth in the People's Republic of China, Philippines, and Nepal.

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The End of Poverty: Inequality and Growth in Global Perspective Peter Edward, Andy Sumner In this book Edward and Sumner argue that to better understand the impact of global growth on poverty it is necessary to consider what happens across a wide range of poverty lines.

Growth, Inequality and Poverty: Looking Beyond Averages. Martin Ravallion1. Development Research Group, World Bank The evidence is compelling that the poor in developing countries typically do share in the gains from rising aggregate affluence, and in the losses from aggregate contraction.

Economic growth means an increase in national income, but does economic growth actually help to reduce relative poverty and income inequality – or can economic growth exacerbate existing income inequalities. There are two types of poverty: Inrelative poverty may have been an income of less than £ a year.

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For the global sample of 80 countries Table presents, over the early-mids to the present, data on per capita GDP and income growths, and on the growth of poverty at both the $ and $ standards.

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A panel dataset for 82 countries for the period – has been assembled with the data averaged over periods of three to seven years, depending on the availability of inequality and poverty data. The minimum number of observations for each country is three and the maximum, seven.

Economic growth and income inequality are important because they link corruption to poverty. Studies show that the absence of economic growth (or negative growth) increases poverty. Inversely, tests have shown that an increase in GDP produces an increase in the income of the poor. However, income distribution is an important mediatingFile Size: 74KB.

Even while successful in reducing inequality and poverty, these policies can harm economic growth. They cause the increase of government expense, driving other facts that undermine economic growth: increased tax burden, reduction of public savings, increase in interest rates, and. CHAPTER 3 Growth, Inequality, and Poverty A s countries become richer, on average the in-cidence of income poverty falls.

Other indicators of well-being, such as average levels of education and health, tend to improve as well. For these reasons, economic growth is a powerful force for poverty re-duction. This observation is not the end of the File Size: KB. 1 Economic Policy, Distribution, and Poverty: The Nature of Disagreements Growth is Good for the Poor Growth, Inequality, and Poverty: Looking Beyond Averages The Growth Elasticity of Poverty Education is Good for the Poor: A Note on Dollar and Kraay Growth, Distribution, and Poverty Reduction: LDCs are Falling Further.

Poverty is measured by the number of people who fall below a certain level of income—called the poverty line—that defines the income needed for a basic standard of living.

Income inequality compares the share of the total income (or wealth) in society that is received by different groups; for example, comparing the share of income received.

Who Gains from Free Trade examines the extent to which trade reforms have been an important source of the slowdown of economic growth, rising inequality and rising poverty as observed in many parts of the region. This volume presents a comprehensive analysis of this important topic, utilizing.

Get this from a library. Growth, inequality, and poverty: looking beyond averages. [Martin Ravallion; World Bank. Development Research Group. Poverty and Human Resources.] -- 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.

Economic growth is also closely aligned to factors such as income inequality and income distribution. The issue at stake is an economically and politically charged one, with questions as to how the government can best redistribute income from those with greater income capacity to those with less.

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However, it is becoming harder to reduce poverty and inequality further in China, even though its economy continues to grow. This report compares the impact specific rural public investments can have on promoting growth and reducing poverty and inequality.

To locate print books and other items (DVDs, microfiche) owned by Harvard Libraries, search in the Harvard Library Catalog, HOLLIS+, using terms such as poverty, income inequality and wealth distribution.

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