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What Are the Implications of the Global Crisis and Its Aftermath for Poverty Reduction, 2010?2020?

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  • Andy Sumner

    () (Institute of Development Studies, Sussex)

  • Joe Ballantyne

    () (The Futures Company)

  • Andrew Curry

    () (The Futures Company)

Abstract

Some major ?game changers? beyond the recent economic crisis and food/fuel crisis will have an impact on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to 2015 and beyond, such as climate change, technological change and urbanization. Scenarios?multiple coherent and plausible futures?serve as a vehicle to act on possible future(s) andto interpret their implications (such as those developed in the box) for the prospects of reducing poverty in developing countries.

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  • Andy Sumner & Joe Ballantyne & Andrew Curry, 2010. "What Are the Implications of the Global Crisis and Its Aftermath for Poverty Reduction, 2010?2020?," One Pager 114, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipc:opager:114
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