A Unified Framework for Pro-Poor Growth Analysis

@inproceedings{EssamaNssah2004AUF,
  title={A Unified Framework for Pro-Poor Growth Analysis},
  author={B. Essama-Nssah},
  year={2004}
}
  • B. Essama-Nssah
  • Published 2004
Starting with a general impact indicator as an evaluation criterion, this paper offers an integrative framework for a unified discussion of various concepts and measures of propoor growth emerging from the current literature. It shows that whether economic growth is considered pro-poor depends fundamentally on the choice of evaluative weights. In addition, the framework leads to a new indicator of the rate of pro-poor growth that can be interpreted as the equally distributed equivalent growth… CONTINUE READING

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