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Poverty, income growth and inequality in Paraguay during the 1990s

Thomas Otter

Poverty, income growth and inequality in Paraguay during the 1990s

spatial aspects, growth determinants and inequality decomposition

by Thomas Otter

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Published by Peter Lang in Frankfurt am Main, Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementThomas Otter
SeriesGöttinger Studien zur Entwicklungsökonomik = -- Gottingen studies in development economics -- Bd. 23
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC225.P6 O88 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination139 p. :
Number of Pages139
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24572837M
ISBN 103631572018
ISBN 109783631572016
LC Control Number2008395981

Inequality reduction increasingly important to continued progress in helping the world’s poorest. WASHINGTON, October 2, –A new World Bank study on poverty and shared prosperity says that extreme poverty worldwide continues to fall despite the lethargic state of the global economy. But it warns that given projected growth trends, reducing high inequality may be a necessary component. Poverty, Inequality and Growth: Debates, Theories and Evidence Martin Ravallion Dept. Economics, Georgetown University World Bank Lecture March 27 ―Even though the world is incomparably richer than ever before, ours is also a world of extraordinary deprivation and staggering inequality.

Explaining Inequality and Poverty Reduction in Bolivia. We investigate the factors driving Bolivia’s success in reducing inequality and poverty during the last 15 years. Our evidence suggests that the reduction was driven mainly by labor income growth at the bottom end of the income distribution. Increases in non-labor incomeFile Size: 1MB.   - Median daily income: $ - Poverty rate: %. Paraguay's public corruption and insufficient infrastructure are significant obstacles to external investment. grow their economies during.

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Poverty, income growth and inequality in Paraguay during the 1990s by Thomas Otter Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Paraguayan economy did not suffer debt crises in the eighties and had significant growth rates in the second half on the seventies Poverty, Income Growth and Inequality in Paraguay During the s: Spatial Aspects, Growth Determinants and Inequality Decomposition (Göttinger Author: Thomas Otter.

Poverty, Income Growth and Inequality in Paraguay During the s Book Description: The Paraguayan economy did not suffer debt crises in the eighties and had significant growth rates in the second half on the seventies, but poverty remained a problem.

Poverty, Income Growth and Inequality in Paraguay During the s Spatial Aspects, Growth Determinants and Inequality Decomposition.

[Thomas Otter] -- The Paraguayan economy did not suffer debt crises in the eighties and had significant growth rates in the second half on the seventies, but poverty remained a problem.

significant growth rates in the second half on the seventies, but poverty remained a problem. Understanding the performance and spatial distribution of poverty and inequality over a period of more than ten years can shed new light on structural causes behind what seems to be a low growth – high poverty – high inequality trap in Paraguay.

Poverty, income growth and inequality in Paraguay during the s: spatial aspects, growth determinants and inequality decomposition. [Thomas Otter] -- The Paraguayan economy did not suffer debt crises in the eighties and had significant growth rates in the second half on the seventies, but poverty remained a problem.

Poverty, income growth and inequality in Paraguay during the s: spatial aspects, growth determinants and inequality decomposition Thomas Otter The Paraguayan economy did not suffer debt crises in the eighties and had significant growth rates in the second half on the seventies, but poverty remained a problem.

Understanding the performance and spatial distribution of poverty and inequality over a period of more than ten years can shed new light on structural causes behind what seems to be a low growth – high poverty – high inequality trap in Paraguay. How did poverty and inequality change during the s.

Did inequality reduce income growth?Author: Thomas Otter. economic growth, the more that inequality falls, the greater is the reduction in poverty.

New Data Set on Growth, Poverty and Income Distribution To test these relationships, and to more accurately pinpoint the impact of economic growth on poverty and inequality, it is necessary to construct a.

Less than 10 percent of the population owned and controlled over 75 percent of the nation's land in the late s, leaving much of the large rural population landless and living in extreme poverty.

In the mids, nearly half of the farmers in Paraguay did not own land, according to Ramón López and Alberto Valdés, writing for the World Bank. has been the price of growth, it has paid off in terms of a massive reduction in poverty. The number of rural poor in the country declined from mil- lion in to just 34 million in The potential for global integration to reduce poverty is well illustrated by the cases of China, India, Uganda, and Size: 8MB.

Poverty and Inequality: What Have We Learned from the s. D uring the s the number of poor—those living on less than $1 in consumption per day—in developing countries declined from billion to billion.

Globally, the proportion of people in poverty dropped from 28 percent to 21 percent. The global decline masks large variations in. In developmental economics, the Poverty-Growth-Inequality Triangle (also called the Growth-Inequality-Poverty Triangle or GIP Triangle) refers to the idea that a country's change in poverty can be fully determined by its change in income growth and income ing to the model, a development strategy must then also be based on income growth and income inequality.

The four empirical essays of this book add to the general debate concerning dynamics of growth, poverty and inequality over the past 40 years from four different dimensions.

The first chapter analyses the dynamics of the cross-country per capita income distribution and the existence of convergence clubs. This is a book about income, inequality, and poverty during the remarkable period of collapse of Communism and the “construction” of capitalism in eighteen formerly socialist countries.

It covers a period of almost ten years, from the time of the early Gorbachevian reforms of Recent Trends in Income and Poverty. increased sharply in California during the late s and early s, and then declined in the state during the economic boom of the late s, although.

[PDF] Growth, Poverty and Inequality Dynamics: Four Empirical Essays at the Macro and Micro Level. The fraction of the population of these countries living below the $1 a day poverty threshold fell sharply between the s and the s: from 43 percent to 36 percent in Bangladesh, from 20 percent to 15 percent in China, and from 13 percent to 10 percent in Costa Rica, to name a few.

During the s, governments in Latin America introduced programs designed to reduce both poverty and inequality. 56 Unfortunately, increased social spending and investment in human capital. GROWTH, POVERTY, AND INEQUALITY IN LATIN AMERICA: A CAUSAL ANALYSIS, University of Califormia at Berkeley Taking advantage of consistent poverty and income inequality data for 12 Latin American countries between andwe analyze the determinants of changes in the incidence of urban and ruralFile Size: KB.

income inequality. Inequality Poverty and income inequality are distinct yet related phenomena. Without question, reducing poverty is a matter of urgency. But inequality shapes our view of that urgency. International research reveals an important link: the higher the rate of inequality among people, the higher the rate of poverty that is.

economic reforms, poverty and inequality. There has been visible change but some failures in the processes and outcomes in the post-reform period. Poverty declined faster in the second half of s as compared to that of s.

Inequality increased in urban areas. Among other things, creation of. Browse more videos. Playing next. by a section on the mechanical and empirical links between income poverty, inequality and growth.

The concept of ‘pro-poor growth’ is introduced thereafter and defined as growth which raises the income relatively more for the poor than the better-off groups, i.e., growth with improvements in the income distribution.