Poverty Reduction and Economic Growth In Southeast Asia
Since the 1970s, the majority of Southeast Asian countries have achieved both rapid economic growth per person and large reductions in the incidence of poverty. This study focuses on the relationship between these two phenomena within the Southeast Asian economies, controlling for both the relative price of food and the sectoral composition of the growth. Among other issues the paper explores whether the relative price of food and the sectoral composition of economic growth - including...[Show more]
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