This article has overviewed the level of development and engagement by the international community in Central Asia. Having covered these issues, it is incumbent upon Japan to proactively pursue…
Chronic Poverty in Rural Cambodia: Quality of Growth for Whom?
This paper examines the trend and characteristics of chronic poverty in rural Cambodia between 2004 and 2010 with multidimensional perspectives.
Is Growth an Irony for the Poor in Nigeria?
For most of the Nigerian poor, growth is just an irony.
Reflection: Growth is Dead: Long Live Growth! Does the Quality of Growth Matter?
Yesterday, IDS-JICA-AFD held a joint book launch in Paris.
Book launch: “Growth is Dead, Long Live Growth”
An innovative collaboration sends out a strong message into the world, “Growth is dead, long live growth: The quality of economic growth and why it matters”.
Seminar Highlight: IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings 2014
IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings 2014 held several seminars on poverty related issues.
We Aim to Reduce Global Inequality
International Monetary Fund and World Bank Group will host the 2014 annual meeting in Washington D.C. on October 10 to 12.
Poor Trends: Can We End Extreme Poverty by 2030?
A poverty rate of 8-9 per cent in 2030, far short of the World Bank’s new 3 per cent target.
At-a-Glance HDR 2014－Reducing Vulnerabilities and Building Resilience
This post reviews Human Development Report 2014－Sustaining Human Progress: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Building Resilience.
Growth, Redistribution and Inequality Effects on Poverty in Nigeria
A recent research argues that the pleasant macro economic environment little help the poor get out of poverty in Nigeria.