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When is growth pro-poor?
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Another issue is whether pro-poor judgements should put relatively more emphasis on the impact of growth upon the poorer of the poor. Having formalized the treatment of these issues, the paper describes various ways for checking whether broad classes of ethical judgements will declare a distributional change to be pro-poor. Ravallion, Martin & Datt, Gaurav, "When is growth pro-poor? Evidence from the diverse experiences of India's states," Policy Research Working Paper Series , The World Bank. Blundell, Richard & Bond, Stephen,
Is a pro-growth strategy always the best pro-poor strategy? To address this issue, Lopez provides an empirical evaluation of the impact of a series of pro-growth policies on inequality and headcount poverty. Downloadable (with restrictions)! Average incomes of the poorest quintile rise proportionately with average incomes in a sample of 92 countries spanning the last four decades. This is because the share of income of the poorest quintile does not vary systematically with average income. It also does not vary with many of the policies and institutions that explain growth rates of average incomes.
If one thinks the only way to help the poor is by taking money from the rich and giving it to the poor, then it is very hard to build a pro-poor policy that is also pro-growth. The book aims to respond to three fundamental questions: (a) what factors explain Tanzania's recent acceleration in economic growth, (b) how well has the accelerated growth translated into reduced poverty, and (c) what needs to be done to sustain growth that is also pro-poor.
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Growth is pro-poor if the poverty measure of interest falls. According to this definition there are three potential sources of pro-poor growth: (1) a high rate of growth of average incomes; (2) a high sensitivity of poverty to growth in average incomes; and (3) a poverty-reducing pattern of growth in relative incomes.
Growth is pro-poor if the poverty measure of interest falls. This implies three potential sources of pro-poor growth: (a) a high rate of growth of average incomes; (b) a high sensitivity of poverty to growth in average incomes; and (c) a poverty-reducing pattern of growth in relative g: book.
This volume analyzes determinants of pro-poor growth in eight countries. It emphasises the role of regional inequality, price and policy reforms as well as When is growth pro-poor?
book economy issues affecting pro-poor growth at the country level. It also analyzes the impact of agricultural, labour market policies. Economic growth is an effective indicator for removal poverty and enhances employment so in recent tim e there are many developing countries which focus for improving economic growth.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: "When I use a word " pro-poor growth and poverty reduction / Louise Gord, J.
Humberto Lopez, John Page --Growth, distribution and pro-poor growth / Arne Bigsten, Jörgen Levin, Abebe Shimeles --Macroeconomic aspects of pro-poor growth / Hansjörg Herr, Jan Priewe --In search of.
Growth is pro-poor if the poverty measure of interest falls. According to this definition there are three potential sources of pro-poor growth: (a) a high growth rate of average incomes; (b) a high sensitivity of poverty to growth in average incomes; and (c) a poverty-reducing pattern of growth in relative by: The particular focus of the paper is the recent discussion around the concept of pro-poor growth, and its implications for policy and development cooperation.
After the introductory points that follow, there are three main sections. As regards regional growth effects, we conclude that growth was weakly pro-poor in seven of Spain’s 17 regions, it was neither pro-poor nor anti-poor in nine regions, and only weakly anti-poor.
The ADB’s Fighting Poverty in Asia and the Pacific: The Poverty Reduction Strategy (ADB6) indicates that “growth is pro-poor when it is labor absorbing and accompanied by policies and File Size: KB.
The first draws on the literal meaning of the phrase: growth is pro-poor when the poor benefit disproportionately from it. This criterion is met if the rate of income growth of the poor exceeds the rate of income growth of the non-poor.
Thus, in order for growth to be pro-poor, it must be accompanied by a decrease in inequality. He then analyzes evidence on whether growth is pro-poor, what factors make it more pro-poor (including the role played by both initial inequality and changing inequality), and whether the factors that make the distribution of the gains from growth pro-poor come at a cost to growth.
The author identifies some priorities for future research. Pro-Poor Growth, to John A. Okidi, Sarah Ssewanyana, Lawrence Bategeka, and Fred Muhumuza 8. The Success of Pro-Poor Growth in Rural and Urban Tunisia Mohamed Hédi Lahouel 9. Human Capital, Inequality, and Pro-Poor Growth in Brazil Naércio Menezes-Filho and Lígia Vasconcellos Index the pro-poor growth index was about Nevertheless, it is com mendable that the pro- poor growth index increased mark edly to for the headcount ratio inthe period beforeAuthor: Nanak Kakwani.
`"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 : Paperback. number of countries are also relatively pro-poorest. Bolivia for example had both pro-poor and pro-poorest growth over the s.
The growth elasticities of poverty indicate how effective growth is in translating into poverty reduction. Only a few studies provided elasticities for extreme poverty or the lower population g: book.
makes growth in a given sector of the economy more pro-poor, we will be able to test for 2 "Rural (urban) economic growth" refers to growth in mean consumption in rural (urban) areas; Ravallion and Datt () also find that "primary" and "tertiary" sector growth had greater impact on poverty than "secondary" sector g: book.
Natural Resources and Pro-Poor Growth will be of interest to a wide audience and is specifically tailored for policy makers and economic decision makers, from development co-operation agencies to ministries of finance and planning in partner countries. Pro-poor growth is good for poverty eradication if it can be achieved.
Brazil is a good example of a country where growth was pro-poor between and but the pro-poor growth was reversed in. makes growth in a given sector of the economy more pro-poor, we will be able to test for 2 “Rural (urban) economic growth” refers to growth in mean consumption in rural (urban) areas; Ravallion and Datt () also find that “primary” and “tertiary” sector growth had greater impact on poverty than “secondary” sector g: book.
The growth process is said to be “pro-poor” if and only if poor people benefit in absolute terms, as reflected in an appropriate measure of poverty (Ravallion and Chen, ). The extent to which growth is pro-poor by this definition depends solely on the rate of change in g: book.
Getting pro-poor growth: six things to do or ask about 18 What this paper has not covered 25 References 26 List of figures and text boxes Figure 1: Overall growth and the poorest 20 per cent 7 Box 1: Key terms for measuring poverty 5 Box 2: The poverty impact of growth and recession 9.Abstract Is a pro-growth strategy always the best pro-poor strategy?
To address this issue, the author provides an empirical evaluation of the impact of a series of pro-growth policies on inequality and headcount by: Deliverable Agriculture and Pro-Poor Growth.
2 widely in Latin America (see Reardon and Berdegue, ) and is already a matter of concern in Asia and Africa (Reardon, Timmer, Barrett, and Berdegue, ). But the connections remain important because, in many countries, the poor are more numerous than ever. Even in countries.