The individual poverty incidence of growth
Palmisano Flaviana and
Lo Bue Maria
No wp-2019-41, WIDER Working Paper Series from World Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER)
The canonical approach to analysing the poverty impact of growth is based on theÂ comparison of poverty before and after growth. Measurement tools that endorse this approachÂ fail to capture the different experiences of poverty dynamics in the population: there can beÂ groups of the population made poorer or non-poor made poor by growth.We propose anÂ approach that allows measuring this individual poverty incidence of growth, and show how itÂ relates to existing models. We apply our framework to evaluate the dynamics of the povertyÂ impact of growth in Indonesia, by comparing the 1993â€“2000, 2000â€“07, and 2007â€“14 growthÂ periods.
Keywords: Poverty Dynamics; Pro-poor; Social mobility; Growth; income mobility (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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