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Global Poverty Reassessed: A Reply to Reddy


  • Martin Ravallion

    () (World Bank)


In ?One Pager? No. 65, Sanjay Reddy says the World Bank is ?digging (itself) deeper into a hole? in measuring global poverty. It seems we are in this hole (in Reddy?s eyes) because we have not adopted his preferred method; I have tried to explain why we have not done so in past responses to Reddy (including Ravallion, 2008). (...)

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  • Martin Ravallion, 2008. "Global Poverty Reassessed: A Reply to Reddy," One Pager 66, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipc:opager:66

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    1. Mushtaq H. Khan, 2009. "Governance, Growth and Poverty Reduction," Working Papers 75, United Nations, Department of Economics and Social Affairs.

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