Summary: This paper presents an ongoing debate on poverty reduction strategies and examines the issue of actual contribution of economic growth to poverty reduction. The author concentrates on a theory that faster economic growth is associated with faster poverty reduction. The research shows that the actual growth elasticity of poverty reduction can be estimated with considerable precision. The author presents evidence and examines the policymaking and economic analysis in the field of poverty.
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