Data Deprivation: Another Deprivation to End

@article{Serajuddin2015DataDA,
  title={Data Deprivation: Another Deprivation to End},
  author={U. Serajuddin and Hiroki Uematsu and C. Wieser and Nobuo Yoshida and A. Dabalen},
  journal={World Bank Policy Research Working Paper Series},
  year={2015}
}
The Millennium Development Goal of halving the incidence of extreme poverty from its 1990 level will be achieved in 2015, and the international development community is now moving to a new goal of “ending extreme poverty.” However, the data needed to monitor progress remain severely limited. During the 10 year period between 2002 and 2011, as many as 57 countries have zero or only one poverty estimate. This paper refers to such lack of poverty data as “data deprivation,” because the poor are… Expand
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