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Research Roundup - March 2010

Focus on measuring poverty, poverty reduction, agriculture price policy, climate change and manufacturing, growth, and finance
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World Bank’s $1.25/day poverty measure
Countering the latest criticis...
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Scoring Poverty Reduction in Brazil, China, and India 
An assessment of progress against poverty points to key differences in pro-poor growth and pro-poor social policies.
Research Digest, Winter 2010

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Agricultural Price Policy: Revisiting Krueger, Schiff, and Valdés
Two alternative interpretations of history have very different implications for future agricultural trade reform.
Research Digest, Winter 2010

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Can Climate Change Actions Avoid Harm to Manufacturing? 
A new study looks at how climate change actions would affect manufacturing in developing countries under different policy scenarios.
Research Digest, Winter 2010

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Too Poor to Grow
New research quantifies the adverse effect of poverty on growth and investigates the mechanism through which it operates.
Research Digest, Winter 2010

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Can Informal Finance Substitute for Formal Finance?
Firm-level survey data from China provide new evidence on the relative roles of formal and informal finance in promoting firm growth.
Research Digest, Winter 2010

 

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Last updated: 2010-08-27




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