Assessment of Poverty in Jordan, 1990-2005
Jordan is small country with limited resources , the economy of Jordan is characterized by a high rate of population growth , low participation rates in employment a limited size of domestic market , and a high dependency on external sources . The purpose of this paper is to draw lessons for improving the policy design of poverty alleviation schemes in Jordan . The conclusion herein are based on analysis poverty in Jordan and assessment of the impact of institutions and organizations programs on poverty alleviation in Jordan.
Volume (Year): 4 (2007)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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