Analyzing Poverty and Policy Reform: The Experience of Côte D'Ivoire
Ashgate Publishing Company, 1996 - History - 198 pages
A case study of the impact of policy reform on the poor, this book highlights the importance of sound macroeconomic management and shows how the poorest people are likely to suffer the most during economic recession.
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The macroeconomic setting
Data sources and methodological issues
Household expenditure and the incidence of poverty
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