Inequality,Poverty and Hunger in Developing Countries: Sustainability Implications
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Keywordspoverty; inequality; hunger; sustainability; African; Caribbean; Pacific; Oceania; Gidd model; Linkage model; resilience; competitiveness; environment; innovation; factor driven; efficiency driven; growth pillars; productivity; prosperity; Godliness; development; cge model;
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