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Poverty, inequality, and inclusive growth in Asia

Juzhong Zhuang

Poverty, inequality, and inclusive growth in Asia

measurement, policy issues, and country studies

by Juzhong Zhuang

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Published by Anthem Press, Asian Development Bank in London, UK, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic conditions,
  • Equality,
  • Income distribution,
  • Economic policy,
  • Social policy,
  • Poverty,
  • Economic development

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Juzhong Zhuang
    ContributionsAsian Development Bank
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC415.P6 P6854 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25220626M
    ISBN 109780857284143
    LC Control Number2011030266

    Get this from a library! Poverty, inequality, and inclusive growth in Asia: measurement, policy issues, and country studies. [Juzhong Zhuang; Asian Development Bank.;] -- "Examines why Asia needs inclusive growth, what policy ingredients an inclusive growth strategy entails, and how such a strategy can lead to benefits of growth being more equitably.   Inequality, Inclusive Growth, and Fiscal Policy in Asia (Routledge-GRIPS Development Forum Studies): Economics Books @

    Downloadable! This paper assesses how pro-poor and inclusive Asia’s recent growth has been, and what factors have been driving these outcomes. It finds that while poverty has fallen across the region over the last two decades, inequality has increased, dampening the impact of growth on poverty reduction. As a result, relative to other emerging and developing regions and to Asia. Developing Asia’s rapid growth rates that have contributed to a remarkable decline in the incidence of poverty have also been accompanied by rising income and expenditure inequalities and persistence of high levels of nonincome inequalities. These inequalities could be traced to various dimensions of unevenness in the growth process. In turn, the unevenness arises from .

    The Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies, review on the UNRISD Poverty series volume "Growth, Inequality and Social Development in India: Is Inclusive Growth Possible?", edited by R. Nagaraj, UNRISD and Palgrave Macmillan, , pp. Developing Asia’s rapid growth rates that have contributed to a remarkable decline in the incidence of poverty have also been accompanied by rising income and expenditure inequalities and persistence of high levels of nonincome inequalities. These inequalities could be traced to various dimensions of unevenness in the growth process. In turn, the unevenness arises from .


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'This volume presents a comprehensive and thorough discussion of the extent and patterns of poverty and inequality in developing Asia, examines the concept and empirical dimensions of inclusive growth for the region, and draws policy implications for.

While Asia’s growth record in recent decades is remarkable, it has been marred by rising inequalities. This book looks at recent trends of income and non-income inequalities in developing Asian countries, discusses their underlying driving forces, and examines key policy issues that need to be addressed to ensure that the benefits of growth will be more equitably shared in : $   CHAPTER 1.

Poverty, Inequality, and Inclusive Growth in Asia. Juzhong Zhuang and Ifzal Ali. Introduction. Developing Asia's stellar growth rates have masked rising inequality, leading to "two faces of Asia" — one "shining" and the other "suffering".Price: $ 'Poverty, Inequality, and Inclusive Growth in Asia' examines why Asia needs inclusive growth, what policy ingredients an inclusive growth strategy entails, and how such a strategy can lead to benefits of growth being more equitably shared.

While Asia's growth record in recent decades is remarkable, it has been marred by rising inequality. Recognizing the potential negative economic, social and political consequences of rising inequality, more and more Asian countries are paying attention to the issue of equity Poverty taking actions to make growth more inclusive.

This book puts together papers arising from. Ifzal Ali explains why developing Asia needs to move its development focus from poverty reduction to inclusive growth.

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Everyday low Format: Paperback. The book also presents a set of country studies that provide rich information on growth, poverty and inequality dynamics and the policy challenges that arise in marching toward inclusive growth.

Poverty, Inequality, and Inclusive Growth in Asia: Measurement, Policy Issues, and Country Studies (The Anthem-Asian Development Bank Series) free. The Elusive Quest for Inclusive Growth: Growth, Poverty, and Inequality Prepared by Ravi Balakrishnan, Chad Steinberg, and Murtaza Syed1 Authorized for distribution by Markus Rodlauer June Abstract This paper assesses how pro-p oor and inclusive Asia’s recent growth has been, and what factors have been driving these outcomes.

In Novemberleaders will gather in Vietnam for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit. The last few decades have seen astonishing growth and poverty reduction across Asia, but inequality is on the rise and the benefits of growth are increasingly going to those at the top.

the poverty problem in India seems to be. I picked up my copy of Growth, Inequality and Social Development with an initial sensation of jaded inevitability. Our host (the editor) would probably pen an introduction and write a chapter on employment and jobless growth (a long-standing research interest of Nagaraj).

widened, leading to higher levels of inequality. The book, Inequality, Inclusive Growth, and Fiscal Policy in Asia edited by Donghyun Park, Sang-Hyop Lee, and Minsoo Lee, explores several inequality and poverty related issues that many countries in developing Asia are facing.

The book consists of nine essays written by different authors to. Abstract. This paper assesses how pro-poor and inclusive Asia’s recent growth has been, and what factors have been driving these outcomes.

It finds that while poverty has fallen across the region over the last two decades, inequality has increased, dampening the impact of growth on poverty by:   An inclusive growth strategy will raise “the consumption of the poorest individuals in society thereby enabling them to meet their basic needs” by also reducing income inequality.

A ‘relative pro-poor growth’ strategy is inclusive because it targets both reductions in poverty and income inequality. This book looks at the major policy challenges facing developing Asia and how the region sustains rapid economic growth to reduce multidimensional poverty through socially inclusive and environmentall Skip to main content Skip to table of contents.

Advertisement. Hide. In a region characterized by unprecedented growth and dynamism, on one hand, and high levels of poverty and growing inequality on the other, this publication aptly responds to ADB's call for making Asia and the Pacific free from poverty through inclusive and environmentally sustainable growth and regional integration.

Inequality, Inclusive Growth, and Fiscal Policy in Asia is written in response to an issue of growing demand in most Asian countries, and it comes at a time when Asian governments are also beginning to use fiscal policy to bridge the glaring disparities between the rich and the poor of the region.

As such, the book will be a highly valuable. This paper aims to depict the post-Second World War poverty and inequality trends in Asia, its sub-regions, and individual economies. Efforts are made to explain these trends and explore the interrelationship between growth, poverty, and inequality in Asia.

Analytical results confirm significant reductions in poverty across the board due to fast growth, although the benign effect of growth. Policies to address inequality and help enhance growth and economic inclusion at the same time include expanding access to quality education and healthcare for the poor, investing in infrastructure, deepening financial inclusion to reach the most vulnerable, and incentivizing increased female labor force participation.

Keywords: Asia, Inequality, Inclusive Growth, Poverty, Labor Market, book presents selected studies on inclusive growth carried out at the Asian Development Bank. While Asias growth record in recent decades has been.

Market-oriented reform.Download Citation | Inequality and the Imperative for Inclusive Growth in Asia | Developing Asia's rapid growth rates that have contributed to a remarkable decline in the incidence of poverty have.growth has neither a positive nor a negative effect on inequality.8 3 Lin (), Economic Growth, Incom e Inequality, and P overty R ducti n in People's Republic of China, Asian Development Review, vol.

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