Poverty, Inequality and Development: Micro-Macro Perspectives and Linkages.- Erik Thorbecke: Growth and Roots.- On the Consistency of Poverty Lines.- Poverty Indices.- Should Poverty and Inequality Measures be Combined?.- Equality of What? Evidence from India.- Household Investments in Education and Income Inequality at the Community Level: Evidence from Indonesia.- Poverty Traps and Safety Nets.- Progress in the Modeling of Rural Households' Behavior under Market Failures.- Labor Laws and Labor Welfare in the Context of the Indian Experience.- Macro Models and Multipliers: Leontief, Stone, Keynes, and CGE Models.- Multiplier Effects and the Reduction of Poverty.- Developing an Accounting Matrix for the Euro Area: Issues and Applications.- Globalization, Economic Reform, and Structural Price Transmission: Sam Decomposition Techniques with an Empirical Application to Vietnam.- Institutions, Factor Endowment and Inequality in Ghana, Kenya and Senegal.- Incentives, Inequality and the Allocation of Aid When Conditionality Doesn't Work: An Optimal Nonlinear Taxation Approach.- Agricultural Research and Policy to Achieve Nutrition Goals.- Is Dualism Worth Revisiting?.
Über den Autor
Alain de Janvry teaches agricultural and resource economics at the University of California, Berkeley.
Ravi Kanbur teaches applied economics at Cornell University.
Most published materials on poverty measurement are in the form of pamphlets or articles that provide either a micro or a macro approach
These chapters, which are written by international experts in poverty measurement, provide a unique micro-macro linkage