Governance Indicators; Achieving Shared Growth; Inequality; Economic Conditions and Volatility; Services & Transfers to Poor
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Summary: This paper seeks to clarify the debate about growth vs. distribution development strategies by providing a rigorous analysis of the relationships that exist among the three vertices of the Poverty-Growth-Inequality (PGI) triangle. The research examines the simple arithmetics of poverty, inequality and growth and briefly examines the two-way relationship between growth and distribution. The paper concludes by discussing the scope for, and role of redistributive policies.
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