Poverty, Growth, and Inequality in Sub-Saharan Africa; Did the Walk Match the Talk under the PRSP Approach?
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KeywordsCross country analysis; Economic growth; Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers; Poverty reduction strategy; Poverty and inequality; Poverty; Sub-Saharan Africa; Growth; Inequality; PRSP; poverty reduction; poor; poverty reduction strategies; General;
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