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Poverty, growth and redistribution

Ahmad Assadzadeh

Poverty, growth and redistribution

a case study of Iran

by Ahmad Assadzadeh

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Published by United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poverty -- Iran,
  • Economic assistance, Domestic -- Iran,
  • Income distribution -- Iran

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAhmad Assadzadeh and Satya Paul.
    SeriesWIDER discussion paper -- no.2001/124
    ContributionsPaul, Satya., World Institute for Development Economics Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p. :
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19852714M
    ISBN 109291900702

    References to this book. Growth and Poverty Reduction: Case Studies from West Africa Quentin Wodon Full view - Bibliographic information. Title: Poverty, Growth, and Inequality in Nigeria: A Case Study Volume of AERC research paper Volume of AERC . Central to the policies proposed was the idea of Redistribution from Growth, a strategy first formulated by Hans Singer as a means to reduce poverty at an accelerated rate by combining a measure ofprogressive redistribution of the increments of income from growth into assets of the poor (education and health as well as physical investments Author: Montek S. Ahluwalia, Hollis Chenery.

    This prompted efforts in the s to identify pro-poor growth policies that achieve redistribution while at the same time stimulating growth. But the shift in emphasis was reversed a decade later when experience in East Asia and elsewhere again focused attention on the extent to which high growth rates succeed in reducing poverty. Poverty, Inequality and Redistribution. A research entitled “Poverty Reduction Policies and Improvement of Wealth Redistribution” presented at the Second Conference on Iranian Economy in.

    The Impact of Growth and Redistribution on Poverty and Inequality in South Africa Kalie Pauw and Liberty Mncube 3 Demographics Table 1 shows some basic features of the household quintiles in About per cent of the people lived in the poorest 20 . 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. Starting with the same datasets used to produce official estimates of global poverty, they create a model of global consumption that spans the entire world’s.


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Poverty, growth and redistribution by Ahmad Assadzadeh Download PDF EPUB FB2

Book Chapter Poverty, Growth and Redistribution A Case Study of Iran. This study examines the changes in the extent of poverty in Iran during the post-Islamic period. More specifically, it investigates the contributions of growth and redistribution factors to changes in poverty over a period of ten years ( to ).

The analysis is based. In developmental economics, the Poverty-Growth-Inequality Triangle (also called the Growth-Inequality-Poverty Triangle or GIP Triangle) refers to the idea that a Poverty 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.

growth, redistribution and poverty Article in Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy 5(1) February with 15 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Redistribution with growth (English) Abstract.

The development of policies for the redistribution Poverty income in developing nations experiencing economic growth is examined.

In the early stages of economic development, income tends to be concentrated in a few sectors of the economy with little impact. They argue that growth-oriented policies seek to increase gross national product, not to ameliorate poverty, and that redistribution is the key to poverty reduction.

These assertions, however, are not borne out by the evidence. Since the ’s, developmental economists have understood that growth in GNP is not synonymous with increased welfare. For an analytical study of poverty, economic growth and redistribution in Iran during the s and s, growth and redistribution book Assadzadeh and Paul ().

18 As shown by Yitzhaki (), higher levels of income. Poverty remains one of the most urgent issues of our time. In this stimulating new textbook, Ruth Lister introduces students to the meaning and experience of poverty in the contemporary world.

The book opens with a lucid discussion of current debates around the definition and measurement of poverty in industrialized societies, before embarking on a thought-provoking and multi-faceted 4/5(1). Redistribution With Growth – A Reply 1 Richard Jolly* that the book suggests that poverty may be alleviated in a considerable range of Third World countries without radically changing the capitalist character of their social formation.

In this respect Colin Leys little growth and no redistribution, and of redistribution with no growth. In order to achieve poverty reduction targets, growth is required. However, White pointed out, it is the income of the poor, not the overall income, that needs to increase in order to reduce poverty.

A combination of growth and redistribution will deliver more poverty reduction than a focus on growth alone. Nothing illustrates this better than the debates on the role of growth and redistribution in alleviating poverty, which go unabated in the real and virtual forums around the country.

Thus, judge just four propositions offered in these debates against the facts. Proposition 1: Growth is not necessary for poverty alleviation. 1 Economic Policy, Distribution, and Poverty:2 Growth is Good for the Poor3 Growth, Inequality, and Poverty:4 The Growth Elasticity of Poverty5 Education is Good for the Poor:6 Growth, Distribution, and Poverty Reduction:7 Redistribution Does Matter:8 Producing an Improved Geographic Profile of Poverty.

redistribution of current income and assets, or redistribution of an economy’s growth increment is the most effective forms of poverty reduction for most countries; and 3) the mechanisms to achieve the redistributions are feasible for most countries.

Part of the series of Mini Lectures on inequality that sheds light on three different aspects, namely, redistribution, lending and globalisation. I. Tinker, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 3 Poverty Alleviation Programming.

Poverty reduction has been a major goal of economic development since the thrust toward basic human needs and redistribution with growth identified in the Second Development Decade, –80 documents.

Redistribution of income and wealth is the transfer of income and wealth (including physical property) from some individuals to others by means of a social mechanism such as taxation, charity, welfare, public services, land reform, monetary policies, confiscation, divorce or tort law.

The term typically refers to redistribution on an economy-wide basis rather than between selected individuals. Growth, Redistribution, and Poverty 2 However plausible this view, experience suggests that trickle down does not always occur. In the United States, for example, real per capita GDP increased by approximately 67% between andyet the real incomes of low-end households rose only minimally (Blank b; Freeman ).

The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.

Incorporated as a not-for-profit foundation inand headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, the Forum is tied to no political, partisan or national interests. Inequality, Poverty, and Growth: Cross-Country Evidence Prepared by Garbis Iradian1 Authorized for distribution by J. Erik De Vrijer February Abstract This Working Paper should not be reported as representing the views of the IMF.

security uncertainty redistribution invest in. The authors fall into the first camp and argue that it will be growth that pulls India out of poverty and that redistribution in a constrained growth environment will be to the detriment of all.

The book is split into 3 parts, Debunking hte Myths, The New Challenges: Track I reforms for faster and broader growth, Moderate Effective and /5. 3 asdf BULLETIN ON THEer adication of poverty World poverty and hunger fact sheet Background • billion people live on less than $1 a day, the absolute poverty level.1 • 24, persons die.

Downloadable (with restrictions)! The paper examines changes in the extent of poverty in Iran in the period to More specifically, it investigates the contributions of growth and redistribution factors to changes in poverty over this period of ten years.

The analysis is based on household-level data relating to three Household Income and Expenditures Surveys of, and Even if redistribution to the poor provokes a reduction in economic growth in the short- and mid-term, it can have a beneficial long-term effect.

Since inequality is falling, it is possible that the country enters a virtuous cycle where there would be a gradual increase in .This study reviews recent research dealing with relationships between economic growth, income distribution, and poverty.

This generally fails to find any systematic pattern of change in income distribution during recent decades—nor does it find any systematic link from fast growth to increasing inequality.

The level of initial income inequality is not a robust explanatory factor of growth Author: Arne Bigsten.