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Pro-Poor Growth and Pro-Poor Poverty Reduction

February 1, 2001

AUTHORS: Eastwood, Robert; Lipton, Michael

This paper first explores why the “pro-poor growth” literature, despite being technically sophisticated (indeed, though mostly written carefully and well, in large part too difficult for many economists!), has not proved either very conclusive or very useful to policymakers. Second, it tries to identify research that does, or might, address the questions with which policymakers are, or at least should be, concerned.

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