Poverty, Inequality and Economic Growth: The case of Thailand
Thailand has recently experienced a prolonged economic boom followed by a collapse. During the boom the incidence of absolute poverty fell dramatically but relative inequality increased. Tlie collapse of 1997 had the reverse effects. The poor initially became significantly worse off in an absolute sense but proportionately less so than the rich. Inequality thus declined. TJje significance of these events depends on a fundamental question: does the welfare of the poor depend on their absolute...[Show more]
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