A Sourcebook for Poverty Reduction Strategies

A Sourcebook for Poverty Reduction Strategies

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This guide seeks to assist low-income countries in the development and strengthening of poverty reduction policies and contains a number of country case studies. It has been prepared by World Bank officials with the co-operation of governments in developing countries, as well as staff from bilateral and multilateral agencies. The publication is in two volumes. The first volume deals with cross-cutting themes such as participation, governance, gender and environmental aspects, as well as core technical issues including poverty measurement and analysis, monitoring and evaluation, development targets and public spending. Volume two focuses on macroeconomic and sectoral approaches including rural and urban poverty, health and education, and infrastructure development.The marginal effect of the logarithm of per capita GDP on malnutrition is statistically significant and estimated at -8.02. ... A user wishing to rely on Aldermana#39;s estimates could always override SimSIP_Goalsa#39;s elasticities, which will yield ... Indeed, while the likely accuracy of projected GDP growth rates can be judged by their historical basis, past growth rates are not necessarily a reliable guide to the future.

Title:A Sourcebook for Poverty Reduction Strategies
Author: Jeni Klugman
Publisher:World Bank Publications - 2002-01-01

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