A macroeconomic framework for quantifying growth and poverty reduction strategies in Niger

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StatementNihal Bayraktar and Emmanuel Pinto Moreira.
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A Macroeconomic Framework for Quantifying Growth and Poverty Reduction Strategies in Niger. based on a SPAHD model for Niger, to highlight the link between tax reform and aid requirements. (SPAHD), a more encompassing concept than the current "Poverty Reduction" Strategy Papers.

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[Emmanuel Pinto Moreira; Nihal Bayraktar] -- "The authors apply the dynamic macroeconomic framework developed by Agňor, Bayraktar, and El Aynaoui () to Niger.

As in the original model, linkages between foreign aid, public investment.

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A Macroeconomic Framework for Quantifying the Impact of Foreign Aid on Growth and Poverty: Policy Implications for Niger (Brief running title: A Quantitative Macroeconomic Framework for Niger) Emmanuel Pinto Moreira a,* and Nihal Bayraktar b a World Bank, Mail stop #: J, H St.

NW., Washington DC,USA. Get this from a library. A macroeconomic framework for quantifying growth and poverty reduction strategies in Niger. [Nihal Bayraktar; Emmanuel Pinto Moreira; World Bank.] -- "The authors apply the dynamic macroeconomic framework developed by Agňor, Bayraktar, and El Aynaoui () to Niger.

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As in the original model, linkages between foreign aid, public investment. growth to poverty, using a range of plausible estimates and the distribution-adjusted formula proposed by Ravallion (). The model is used to simulate a variety of policies that could be important for helping Niger design and quantify a medium-term strategy aimed at fostering economic growth and reducing : Emmanuel Pinto Moreira.

This paper extends the dynamic macroeconomic framework developed by Agenor et al. [Agenor, P. -R., Bayraktar, N., & Aynaoui, K. (, July). Roads out of Poverty. Assessing the Links between Aid, Public Capital, Growth, and Poverty Reduction.

World Bank, Revised.]. As in the original model, linkages between foreign aid, public investment (education, infrastructure, and health) and growth. A Macroeconomic Framework for Quantifying Growth and Poverty Reduction Strategies in Niger Pinto Moreira, Emmanuel; Bayraktar, Nihal () The authors apply the dynamic macroeconomic framework developed by Agénor, Bayraktar, and El Aynaoui () to Niger.

A Macroeconomic Framework for Quantifying Growth and Poverty Reduction Strategies in Niger,” revised, (). Achieving the Millennium Development Goals in Africa: Progress, Prospects, and Policy Implications, Global Poverty Report.

The study presents comparative global evidence on the transformation of economic growth to poverty reduction in developing countries, with emphasis on the role of income inequality. The focus is on the period since the early-mids when growth in these countries as a group has been relatively strong, surpassing that of the advanced economies.

of focusing on economic growth as a way of ensuring lasting poverty reduction. Interestingly for international financial institutions, this set of questions pro-vides a natural setup for an investigation into the efficacy of their adjustment programs.

More broadly, the design of effective poverty reduction strategies remainsanopenquestion. Abstract: This Country Partnership Framework (CPF) presents the World Bank Group (WBG) program for Niger for the period FYFY The CPF comes at an opportune moment as an exceptional volume of resources is now available to Niger, allowing the WBG to intensify and deepen its engagement in Niger.

were also leading contributors to global poverty reduction between and The surge in economic growth has been relatively widespread and simultaneous (Radelet, ): sincereal GDP has grown at an average rate of % across all developing countries.

Between andout of 71developing. Pinto Moreira, Emmanuel & Bayraktar, Nihal, "A macroeconomic framework for quantifying growth and poverty reduction strategies in Niger," Policy Research Working Paper SeriesThe World Bank. Pierre-Richard Agenor, "The Macroeconomics Of Poverty Reduction," Manchester School, University of Manchester, vol.

73(4), pages Agénor, Izquierdo, and Fofack present a dynamic, quantitative macroeconomic framework designed for analyzing the impact of adjustment policies and exogenous shocks on poverty and income distribution. Because economic growth is the single most important factor influencing poverty, and macroeconomic stability is essential for high and sustainable rates of growth.

2 Hence, macroeconomic stability should be a key component of any poverty reduction strategy. The benefit of growth experienced since in Africa has not been broadly shared. Poverty fell by only percentage points between and compared to the targeted percentage points.

Emmanuel Pinto Moreira's 8 research works with 60 citations and reads, including: Till geography do us part. prolegomena to an economic and monetary union between the Dominican Republic and Haiti. of macroeconomic policies on economic growth, poverty and inequality, the chapter will review the underlying reasons for the outcomes and then offer an alternative framework for pro-poor.

This paper analyses the macroeconomics of poverty reduction, providing a critique of the macro-economic chapter 6 of the World Bank Sourcebook on poverty reduction strategies (PRSP Sourcebook). In addition to this criticism we outline alternative macroeconomic guidelines concerning monetary, ex-change-rate and fiscal policies for development.

this study is to provide guidance for making poverty reduction an important additional target variable in the conduct of macroeconomic policy by identifying the nature of interrelations between macroeconomic stability, growth, and poverty, and by quantifying the extent of.

and objectives relating to economic growth and poverty eradication, as well as a perceived lack of experience in designing, implementing and reviewing the costs and benefits of green economy policies.

Recent publications on green economy or green growth by the United Nations Environment. "A macroeconomic framework for quantifying growth and poverty reduction strategies in Niger," Policy Research Working Paper SeriesThe World Bank.

Pierre‐Richard Agénor & Kyriakos C. Neanidis, "The Allocation Of Public Expenditure And Economic Growth," Manchester School, University of Manchester, vol. 79(4), pagesJuly. Macroeconomics is the branch of economics that deals with the overall functioning of the economy.

Macroeconomic policies have a critical influence on the decisions of households and firms to spend, save, hire and invest. And the conditions they foster set the stage for economic growth and development.

The World Bank Group’s macroeconomists work toward the institution's primary goals. Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs) became an integral part of poverty reduction in the developing world.

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The PRSPs provided policies and strategies to mitigate poverty by integrating economic and social issues as well as external financial needs into its broad framework.

Despite steady, robust economic growth over the past two decades, poverty remains widespread owing to limited growth in per capita terms (only % on average during the period –). The national headcount poverty rate was estimated at % in as against % in (based on the international poverty threshold set at S$ per.

population growth, low average education levels, and public health issues such as a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS. Thus, the authorities’ most recent poverty reduction strategy (–14) focused on increasing production and productivity in agriculture, promoting employment, and fostering human and social development.

Economic Growth as an Instrument for Poverty Reduction in Mozambique: Framework for a Growth Strategy Bruce R. Bolnick * I. Introduction 1. Poverty reduction is the central goal of the Government’s medium-term economic program.

This commitment is expressed in. Sustainable growth is defined as the growth lasting more than two decades (the important point being long-run economic performance). According to the World Bank (World Bank, ), the later “enables and is essential for things that people care about: poverty reduction.

Poverty reduction, poverty relief, or poverty alleviation, is a set of measures, both economic and humanitarian, that are intended to permanently lift people out of poverty. Measures, like those promoted by Henry George in his economics classic Progress and Poverty, are those that raise, or are intended to raise, ways of enabling the poor to create wealth for themselves as a conduit of ending.

From Growth to Poverty Reduction: a New Conceptual Framework in Development Economics Nicole Alice Sindzingre To cite this version: Nicole Alice Sindzingre. From Growth to Poverty Reduction: a New Conceptual Framework in De-velopment Economics.

”Poverty and Misery in the History of Economic Thought”, NovLille, France. ￿halshs. POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGIES To reduce poverty various schools of thought advocates a number of measures.

For instance, the Mercantilists laid emphasis on foreign trade which according to them is an important vehicle for the promotion of economic growth and poverty reduction. The Classical economists’ (Adam.reduction strategies and economic growth are discussed in section two. Section three provides the data source and the methodology.

Section four presents and discusses the results. Conclusion and recommendations are contained in the last section. 2. Conceptual and Empirical Overview of Poverty, Poverty Reduction and Economic Growth Poverty a.poverty influences the fundamentals of poverty policies and programs.

While different poverty measures have been utilized, little attention has been paid to their comparative outcomes and implications (Blank, ). Over the years, different perspectives regarding poverty influenced government welfare policy toward poverty reduction.