Poverty in Latin America: Trends (1986-1998) and Determinants
This paper analyzes the evolution of poverty in Latin America. In 1998, about a third of the population was poor, and one sixth extreme poor. This represents 179 million poor people, of which 89 million lived in extreme poverty. The share of the populatio
Volume (Year): 38 (2001)
Issue (Month): 114 ()
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