2 edition of Institutional development and poverty reduction found in the catalog.
Institutional development and poverty reduction
|Statement||Geoffrey Griffith [et al.].|
|Series||NRI Centre for Sustainable Development Policy Series -- 2|
|Contributions||Griffith, Geoffrey., Natural Resources Institute. Social Sciences Department., Natural Resources Institute. Centre for Sustainable Development.|
They also break new ground in setting out the parameters for building effective partnerships with governments, civil society, and other development actors, and in describing how institutional change and development within bilateral agencies themselves could be undertaken for mainstreaming poverty reduction, partnership and policy coherence. Poverty in Africa presents a comprehensive picture on the extent of poverty in Africa and the institutional constraints to poverty reduction, Prepared by eminent economists the volume provides an analysis of poverty, income distribution and labour markets, and offers a range of tools for monitoring poverty and assessing the impacts of various poverty reduction programs.
The book has a brand new chapter tracing the development of benefit evaluation techniques over three decades and summarizing current research. Quote from Book "The blind faith placed in rural electrification during the s and early s as being a key to energy development policy bears resemblance to more recent calls by international. The Country Policy and Institutional Assessment (CPIA) for Africa is an annual diagnostic tool for Sub-Saharan African countries eligible for International Development Association (IDA) financing. Covering the year from January to December, the report measures the countries’ quality of policies and institutional frameworks, and their ability to support sustainable growth and poverty reduction.
As the New Consensus for "More Effective" Institutions for Development sets out, including institutional issues in the post development agenda will be essential to end poverty. Not least of all, good institutions are key to effective lending. While fiduciary safeguards help where institutions are weak, the development effectiveness of aid. Capturing the findings from the Shanghai Global Learning Initiative, Reducing Poverty on a Global Scale attempts to contribute to the broader existing knowledge on poverty reduction and the effectiveness of aid. The objective is to enlighten development practitioners about observed achievements towards reducing poverty and the factors behind them.
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The theme of this book is that economic growth is key, but institutions and other national and subnational attributes matter as well. They are critical to explaining differences in social development Poverty Reduction: Approaches and the Role of Political Institutions.
Anil B Deolalikar, Ernesto M Pernia. Pages This volume explores the various linkages between financial development, institutions, growth and poverty reduction in low-income and transition countries.
It is the result of a two-year research project undertaken by UNU-WIDER, and the strong range of contributions present a significant variety of experiences in this important research area. The book contains both cross-country and panel. Poverty reduction, or poverty alleviation, is a set of measures, both economic and humanitarian, that are intended to permanently lift people out of poverty.
Measures, like those promoted by Henry George in his economics classic Progress and Poverty, are those that raise, or are intended to raise, ways of enabling the poor to create wealth for themselves as a means of ending poverty Institutional development and poverty reduction book.
The theme of this book is that economic growth is key, but institutions and other national and subnational attributes matter as well. They are critical to explaining differences in social development and poverty reduction across countries and subnational areas that cannot be accounted for by growth alone.
The book concludes that a more complete strategy needs to considerCited by: 8. Institutions affect poverty both directly and indirectly.
They influence government policies, which in turn influence growth and distributional outcomes, which then affect the pace of poverty reduction. The extent and seriousness of poverty vary markedly across Asian developing countries, and so does the rate at which poverty has changed over by: Project Title: Poverty Reduction and Policy Regimes No.
of Pages: 50 This paper starts from the limits of the policies that assume a significant deconnection between antipoverty strategies and the logic of the growth regime and that mainly rely upon market mechanisms.
The studies present diverse water management and development practices for poverty reduction, including realistic pricing and effective irrigation practices, the use of water as an engine for. However, there is no "one-size-fits-all" approach to employment policy-effective interventions will depend on the structure of employment and the particular institutional and economic context.
Third, the critical institutions and policies that determine the relationship between employment and poverty often lie outside of the labour market itself. The stated aim of much development assistance is the reduction of poverty. This book examines how development interventions might be more effectively targeted to achieve this aim.
Part One provides an Learn about institutional subscriptions. Chapters Table of contents (16 chapters). The book, Livestock sector development for poverty reduction: an economic and policy perspective, collates evidence from a broad array of sources and perspectives showing that investing in livestock can sustain livelihoods and spur economic growth.
It illustrates that good policies and institutions are essential to the support of equitable. Non-Governmental Development Organizations and the Poverty Reduction Agenda: The moral crusaders (Global Institutions Book 80) - Kindle edition by Makuwira, Jonathan J. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Non-Governmental Development Organizations and the Poverty Reduction Cited by: 6.
Factors contributing to poverty reduction include economic growth, economic integration, and specific poverty-reduction programs, which are often initiated by Western countries.
This book considers poverty reduction from a global perspective. Development and Poverty Reduction looks at a wide range of specific subjects, across all continents.
Current development discourse on poverty reduction mainly emphasises the respective roles of the state and the market.
This book argues, via a series of original fieldwork investigations, for the importance of exploring and understanding the poor's own actions. These actions may seek to change their poverty directly. Or the poor may seek to effect change with respect to the formulation and.
This book considers poverty reduction from a global perspective. Development and Poverty Reduction looks at a wide range of specific subjects, across all continents. It highlights in particular how the issues are perceived from a non-Western perspective and especially how the rise of China is both having a profound impact on poverty reduction.
Development and Change Vol Issue 4. Economic Development and Poverty Reduction in Korea: Governing Multifunctional Institutions. To this end, this paper examines all four aspects of financial development in one comprehensive study, examining the role of financial sector development in poverty reduction.
The results show that financial development may be poverty reducing, drawing from a sample of developing countries over the period – only as a result of experience, analysis, and dialogue at the level of the individual country.
The book reflects the thinking and practices associated with the Comprehensive Development Framework, the. World Development Report /, good international practices related to poverty reduction, and.
Poverty will not be reduced on a large scale, without tapping into the energy, skills, and motivation of the millions of poor people around the world. This book offers a framework for empowerment, that focuses on increasing poor people ' s freedom of choice, and action to shape their own lives.
The Facilitative Role of Institutions in Poverty Reduction: The Case for Pro-Poor Tourism in Tourism-Based Economies in Rural South Africa: /ch The constitutional requirements for the South African municipalities to adopt a developmental character and implement policies of local economic development.
This paper traces the changing meaning of development, while at the same time tracing the benefits of investing in education for poverty reduction, and the conditions that facilitate and/or hamper education's contribution to poverty reduction. Changing ideas of development: a.
Combining economic development and poverty reduction is a challenge for developing countries. In the search for mechanisms that integrate both goals, this article examines the Republic of Korea's development strategy, which transformed one of Asia's poorest nations into an industrialized country with low levels of poverty.As there is a high incidence of poverty and serious financial exclusion in rural areas of China, we test the poverty reduction effectiveness of inclusive financial development on the poor with different labor capacity in rural China from to based on survey data of China Family Panel Studies and relevant statistics collected from When presenting my recent book on poverty and inclusive development in fragile states, I always start off with the concept of inequitable institutions, and the above diagram.
Why? Because inequitable institutions goes to the heart of the matter—to why the politics of fragile states are so unstable, to why developing countries often grow in ways that only enriches a small segment of .