Trade, Growth, and Poverty

@inproceedings{Dollar2001TradeGA,
  title={Trade, Growth, and Poverty},
  author={David L. Dollar and Aart Kraay},
  year={2001}
}
The evidence from individual cases and from cross-country analysis supports the view that globalization leads to faster growth and poverty reduction in poor countries. To determine the effect of globalization on growth, poverty, and inequality, the authors first identify a group of developing countries that are participating more in globalization. China, India, and several other large countries are part of this group, so well over half the population of the developing world lives in these… 
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