6 edition of Determinants of pro-poor growth found in the catalog.
Determinants of pro-poor growth
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Michael Grimm, Stephan Klasen and Andrew McKay|
|Contributions||Grimm, Michael, Klasen, Stephan, McKay, Andrew D., 1964-|
|LC Classifications||HD82 .D3834 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 269 p. :|
|Number of Pages||269|
|LC Control Number||2006049330|
Growth and Inequality Poverty Decomposition, – Distribution of Students in Public Schools by Consumption Brackets (%) Growth Elasticity of Poverty by State and Area Determinants of Pro-Poor Growth Determinants of Growth . Determinants of Rural Poverty Reduction and. Pro-poor Economic Growth in China. Jikun Huang, Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy. Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing , China. Qi Zhang. Department of Political Science. Northwestern University, Evanston, IL , USA. Scott Rozelle. Freeman Spogli Institute for International.
This chapter is an assessment of what we know about the political determinants of economic growth. It begins by setting out the stylized facts of economic growth. The chapter suggests that there is a need to shift away from much of the previous literature’s emphasis on the determinants of long-run average economic growth (including political determinants), to an understanding of the. 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 inFile Size: KB.
The Quest for Pro-Poor and Inclusive Growth: The Role of Governance (English) Abstract. This paper analyses the role of good governance in fostering pro-poor and inclusive growth. Using a sample of countries over –, it shows that growth is generally pro-poor. However, growth has not been inclusive, as illustrated by a decline Cited by: 2. In , the World Health Assembly passed resolution , which endorsed the Rio Political Declaration on Social Determinants of Health and emphasized the need for “delivering equitable economic growth through resolute action on social determinants of health across all sectors and at all levels”. Improving understanding of economic.
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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 political economy issues affecting pro-poor growth at the country level. It also analyzes the impact of agricultural, labour market policies.
Determinants of Pro-Poor Growth: Analytical Issues and Findings from Country Cases [Grimm, M., Klasen, S., McKay, A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Determinants of Pro-Poor Growth: Analytical Issues and Findings from Country CasesAuthor: M.
Grimm. Pro-poor growth is considered central for achieving sustainable poverty reduction and the Millennium Development Goals.
This volume analyzes determinants of pro-poor growth in eight countries. It employs advanced methods and tools for pro-poor growth research, including ex post analytical tools as well as ex ante simulation methods.
1. Simon Maxwell, in the chair, introduced Louise Cord from the Poverty Reduction Group at the World Bank, and co-author of the recent publication, ‘Delivering on the Promise of Pro-Poor Growth: Insights and Lessons from Country Experiences’.
Louise Cord 2. Cord explained that the book investigates the relationship between economic growth and poverty reduction. determinants of pro-poor growth—that is, growth that has a particularly large impact on reducing poverty. This policy brief summarizes what is currently known about the definition, measurement, and determinants of such pro-poor growth, primarily drawing on results from a recently completed multidonor research program called Operationalizing.
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 The paper examined what led to pro-poor growth between and and what may have been responsible for the reversal in The dynamic ordinary least squares method was Author: Joseph I Amuka, Fredrick O Asogwa, Anthony O Agu, Chukwuma C Ugwu.
The Determinants of Pro-Poor Growth: Evidence from Brazil. While studies investigating determinants of GDP growth have been numerous, less is Author: Stephan Klasen. Zambia, overall per capita growth was negative (– 1 percent), but pro-poor distribu-tional change meant that the rate of pro-poor growth, at percent, was actually higher than in Bangladesh.
Determinants of Pro-Poor Growth As the discussion so far has suggested, high rates of pro-poor growth. Pro-poor growth is considered central for achieving sustainable poverty reduction and the Millennium Development Goals. This volume analyzes determinants of pro-poor growth in eight countries. It employs advanced methods and tools for pro-poor growth research, including ex post analytical tools as well as ex ante simulation methods, highlighting the strengths and limits of this methodological Cited by: Patterns of pro-poor Growth and its determinants: Empirical illustration from Individual countries Olaogun Julius, London Metropolitan University Introduction The growing research interest in the pro-poorness of growth have recently been measured from two definitional approaches; absolute and relative measurements.
These measures. Determinants of Pro-Poor Growth Analytical Issues and Findings from Country Cases Michael Grimm, Stephan Klasen and Andy McKay.
Description Pro-poor growth is considered central for achieving sustainable poverty reduction and the Millennium Development Goals. This volume analyzes determinants of pro-poor growth in eight countries.
This is “Determinants of Economic Growth”, section from the book Macroeconomics Principles (v. For details on it (including licensing), click here. This book is licensed under a Creative Commons by-nc-sa license. ← Return to Article Details The Determinants of Pro-Poor Growth: Evidence from Brazil.
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PY - Y1 - M3 - Book. SN - BT - Determinants of Pro Poor Growth: Analytical Issues and Findings from Country Cases. PB - Palgrave Macmillan. ER -Cited by: The book contains three essays. The first is a survey of the research on the determinants of long-run growth through the estimation of panels of cross-country data.
The second essay details the interplay between growth and political freedom or democracy and finds some evidence of a nonlinear by: This book is an all-out attack on World Bank findings concerning pro-poor growth.
The author explicitly asks how globalisation affects economic growth, income distribution and poverty. He finds that global income inequality dropped between and during a phase of fast economic growth, and states that growth is always pro-poor.
This study investigates the determinants of the growth elasticity of poverty by using the internationally designed poverty line, measured by the share of the population living below $ per day. We identify the determinants of changes in the poverty rate of countries using single and multiple OLS regressions as Cited by: 3.
Klasen, Stephan, "Determinants of pro-poor growth:" vision briefs BB09 Special Edition, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).Handle: RePEc. This volume analyzes determinants of pro-poor growth in eight countries.
It employs advanced methods and tools for pro-poor growth research, including ex post analytical tools as well as ex ante simulation methods, highlighting the strengths and limits of this methodological toolbox.
The book .In the past few years, the term “pro-poor growth” has become pervasive in discussions of development policy. Despite the widespread use of the term, there appears to be much less consensus as to what exactly pro-poor growth means, let alone what its determinants are.
According to one view, growth is pro-poor if the accompanying change in income.Pro-Poor Growth (PPG) is the vision of combining high growth rates with poverty to the myriad of possible determinants of growth and poverty a unique theoretical model for guiding empirical work on PPG is absent, an Model Averaging is a statistically robust framework for this addresses the existent parameter and model uncertainty by not choosing a single Author: R.
Klump, Patricia Prufer.