Redistribution with growth: policies to improve income distribution in developing countries in the context of economic growth : a joint study [commissioned] by the World Bank's Development Research Center and the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex
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Some Dimensions of the Problem
The determinants of inequality
Tl The Economic Framework
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agricultural analysis assets Basic Solution benefits capita income capital changes Chapter Colombia concentration constraints consumption Cuba demand developing countries direct disaggregation discussed distribution of income economic effects employment estimates evaluation example export factor farm Gini coefficient growth and distribution growth rate households human capital impact import substitution important improved income distribution income groups income levels income shares increase industrial inequality initial inputs intervention Kenya labor-intensive land reform Latin America linkages lowest 40 percent measures ment modern sector output ownership particular patterns planning models political poverty groups poverty line problem production programs projects quintile rate of growth redistribution regional relative rich rural areas small farmers social socio-economic Sri Lanka strategy structure surveys Table Taiwan Tanzania target groups Third World tion transfer underdeveloped countries urban poor wage wage share weights welfare World Bank