GTAP-POV: A Framework for Assessing the National Poverty Impacts of Global Economic and Environmental Policies
Thomas Hertel (),
Maros Ivanic () and
Ana R. Rios
GTAP Technical Papers from Center for Global Trade Analysis, Department of Agricultural Economics, Purdue University
The goal of this technical paper is to provide sufficient detail to permit readers to bring into the GTAP poverty framework additional countries for which suitable household data are available. With the inputs from processed household data - as per the guidelines provided here - the poverty framework can be readily used to assess the likely poverty impacts of global economic policies across a wide range of developing countries, in a fashion which enables systematic cross-country comparisons.
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Note: GTAP Technical Paper No. 31
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Working Paper: GTAP-POV: A Framework for Assessing the National Poverty Impacts of Global Economic and Environmental Policies (2015)
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