2 edition of The estimation of poverty trends in post-independence Namibia found in the catalog.
The estimation of poverty trends in post-independence Namibia
|Statement||by Schmidt Matthias.|
|Series||IPPR briefing paper -- no. 45|
|LC Classifications||HC940.N (Namibia)+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||2009319945|
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NAMIBIA is classified as a lower-middle-income country by the World Bank, but a large number of its inhabitants live in deprivation. While this is a largely undisputed fact, there is much less. In their study of robust estimates of changes in poverty and inequality in post -independence Namibia,  applied the framework of stochastic dominance test.
The results revealed a significant. Downloadable. The authors estimate changes in the distribution of household consumption expenditure in Namibia since Independence in and the effects on poverty.
To produce comparability between two household surveys, they use survey matching techniques and apply the framework of stochastic dominance to test the robustness of the results.
Downloadable (with restrictions). The authors estimate changes in the distribution of household consumption expenditure in Namibia since Independence in and the effects on poverty. To produce comparability between two household surveys, they use survey matching techniques and apply the framework of stochastic dominance to test the robustness of the results.
This paper studies the changes in the distribution of incomes in Namibia since Independence in and the effects on poverty. We first use micro-econometric techniques to improve comparability. Mapaure, I (). Review of Climate Change in Namibia: Projected trends, Vulnerability and effects.
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Hanns Siedel Foundation, Windhoek. Pages ). Figure b: Namibia’s Poverty Profile and Incidence, / 26 Figure c: Incidence of Poverty by region, / 27 Figure Capital Flows – (N$ million). 32 Figure Bed Occupancy Rate, – The Impact of Growth and Redistribution on Poverty and Inequality in South Africa This country study evaluates the experience of the South African economy with respect to growth, poverty and inequality trends since the advent of democracy in The postapartheid government took a defi nite turn toward greater spending on soc.
Footnotes: IPPR Briefing Paper No. The Estimation of Poverty Trends in Post-Independence Namibia. Challenge #3: The lives of most Africans are marred by poverty, hunger, poor education, ill health, and violence. Although the poverty rate in Africa has dropped in recent years, rapid population growth means that the number of people suffering poverty keeps growing: from million in to an estimated million in Of Namibia’s known bird species, 60 (or 9%) are recognized as being under threat in Namibia’s Red Data Book (Simmons and Brown in press).
The birds under threat are categorized into four major groups: Inland wetland birds (19 species (32%; plus 3 raptor species = 37%)) Birds of Prey (18 species (30%)).
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This book explores the connections between infrastructure reform and poverty alleviation in Latin America based on a detailed analysis of the effects of a decade of reforms. It demonstrates that because the access to, and affordability of, basic services is still a major problem, infrastructure investment will be a core component of poverty.
Since independence Namibia has managed to significantly reduce poverty and income inequality. Nevertheless, inequality in Namibia remains among the highest in the world (Annex Figure 35), and the rate at which inequality has declined has slowed: whereas the Gini coefficient declined from in /94 to in /04, it has.
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The main goal of Bangladesh's Poverty Reduction Strategy is based on a vision for poverty reduction formed on the basis of the understanding of key issues of the present state of the economy.
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