2 edition of Financial development and poverty alleviation found in the catalog.
Financial development and poverty alleviation
by International Monetary Fund, Monetary and Exchange Affairs Department in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Statement||Paul Holden and Vassili Prokopenko.|
|Series||IMF working paper -- WP/01/160|
|Contributions||Prokopenko, Vassili., International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Exchange Affairs Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
Financial development, growth, and poverty: how close are the links? (English) Abstract. The causal link between finance and growth is one of the most striking empirical macroeconomic relationships uncovered in the past decade. As this branch of the literature matures, the focus shifts from growth to other aspects of economic prosperity, Cited by: This book offers an insight into the dynamics of success and failure of Pakistan in availing foreign financial and technical assistance for human development and poverty alleviation. It draws on field experiences to present case studies on water, shelter, health, education, and health and safety at work to identify the causes and consequences Author: Fayyaz Baqir.
Accompanying the Global Financial Development Report is a vast body of underlying research and data. Among other things, this includes an expanded and updated version of the Global Financial Development Database, a dataset of over 70 financial system characteristics for economies from to , which is presented in the report’s. Finance, Inequality, and Poverty: Cross-Country Evidence Thorsten Beck, Asli Demirguc-Kunt, Ross Levine. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in December NBER Program(s):Corporate Finance While substantial research finds that financial development boosts overall economic growth, we study whether financial development disproportionately raises the .
The Poverty of "Development Economics" is a book by Deepak Lal. Adam Szirmai notes that this book "summarised and popularised much of the earlier criticisms on the dominant paradigm" in development economics and that it "was an influential publication which contributed to the enormous shift in thinking about development." The dominant paradigm that he was . Our study finds there are differences in poverty alleviation effects of inclusive financial development among the poor with different labor capacities; if financial institutions target the service precisely to the working-age population in rural areas, they will achieve the dual goals of maintaining institutional sustainable development and Author: Yanlin Yang, Chenyu Fu.
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Book Description. More than one billion people still live below the poverty line – most of them in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Financial inclusion is a major issue, as more than three-quarters of the numbers of poor and disadvantaged women and men do not have access to financial products and services, such as bank accounts, affordable and suitable loans, and.
Financial inclusion, within the broader context of inclusive development, is viewed as an important means to tackle poverty and inequality and to address the sustainable development goals (SDGs). This book contributes to the literature on these topics and will be of interest to researchers and academics interested in Islamic finance and.
politics” (pp. –91). This raises interest in assessing the specific impact of financial development on poverty. The main goal of the paper is to identify and quantify the positive and negative channels through which financial development affects poverty.
On the one hand, we argue that financial. Financial Inclusion for Poverty Alleviation: Issues and Case Studies for Sustainable Development - Kindle edition by Mohammed, Essam Yassin, Uraguchi, Zenebe Bashaw. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Financial development and poverty alleviation book Inclusion for Poverty Alleviation: Issues and Case Studies Manufacturer: Routledge. To this end, this paper examines all four aspects of financial development in one comprehensive study, examining the role of financial sector development in poverty reduction.
The results show that financial development may be poverty reducing, drawing from a sample of developing countries over the period –Cited by: 9.
Financial Inclusion for Poverty Alleviation: Issues and Case Studies for Sustainable Development such as bank accounts, affordable and suitable loans, and insurance. The key objective of this book is to provide practical case studies of financial inclusion, rather than focus on academic debates such as the ideological basis of promoting Pages: dynamics of financial development, economic growth, and poverty alleviation: the indonesian experience 27 South East European Journal of Economics and.
More than one billion people still live below the poverty line – most of them in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Financial inclusion is a major issue, as more than three-quarters of the numbers of poor and disadvantaged women and men do not have access to financial products and services, such as bank accounts, affordable and suitable loans, and Author: Essam Yassin Mohammed, Zenebe Bashaw Uraguchi.
Financial development, institutions and poverty alleviation: an empirical analysis Article (PDF Available) in Applied Economics February with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Book summary: Financial Inclusion for Poverty Alleviation – Issues and Case Studies for Sustainable Development Article, 21 February IIED's Essam Yassin Mohammed and Zenebe Bashaw Uraguchi, of the Helvetas Swiss Intercooperation, Switzerland co-edit the book 'Financial Inclusion for Poverty Alleviation: Issues and Case Studies for.
I. Tinker, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 3 Poverty Alleviation Programming. Poverty reduction has been a major goal of economic development since the thrust toward basic human needs and redistribution with growth identified in the Second Development Decade, –80 documents.
Moreover, financial development is accompanied by financial instability, which is detrimental to the poor. Nevertheless, the benefits of financial development for the poor outweigh the cost. Category: Finance Financial Development And Poverty Alleviation Issues And Policy Implications For Developing And Transition Countries.
Get this from a library. Financial development and poverty alleviation: issues and policy implications for developing and transition countries. [Paul Holden; Vassili Prokopenko; International Monetary Fund.
Monetary and Exchange Affairs Department.]. Financial inclusion, within the broader context of inclusive development, is viewed as an important means to tackle poverty and inequality and to address the sustainable development goals (SDGs).
This book contributes to the literature on these topics and will be of interest to researchers and academics interested in Islamic finance and Format: Hardcover. Downloadable. This paper reviews current thinking on the relationship between financial development and poverty alleviation-a subject that has grown increasingly important in the policy prescriptions of the IMF and other international financial institutions in recent years.
Although work on this issue is far from over, some important lessons can be learned from the existing evidence. Global Financial Development Report / is the third in a World Bank series.
It provides a unique contribution to financial sector policy debates, building on novel data, surveys, research, and wide-ranging country experience, with emphasis on. Indicators of Financial Sector Development • Efficiency and competitiveness of the financial sector may improve • Range of financial services that are available is wide and may increase • Diversity of institutions in the financial sector may increase • Amount of money that is intermediated through the FS can increase • Amount of private sector allocation of resources (rather thanFile Size: 54KB.
UNDERSTANDING DEVELOPMENT AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION The Committee for the Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel THE ROYAL SWEDISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES,founded inis an independent organisation whose overall objective is to promote the sciences and strengthen their influence in Size: KB.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Financial Inclusion for Poverty Alleviation: Issues and Case Studies for Sustainable Development by Essam Yassin Mohammed at Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : understand the role of financial development in combating poverty, the poverty gap index is also used in our estimations.
The poverty gap measures the average income shortfall of the poor individual from the poverty line ($ a day).2 To cover the five dimensions of financial sector development (access, depth, efficiency,File Size: KB.
Alleviating Poverty through Local Economic Development Lessons from Nusa Tenggara i Foreword To stimulate an increase in people’s incomes, synergy between government and the private sector is essential, so that implementation of programmes matches local characteristics, conditions and potentials and responds to local Size: KB.Get this from a library!
Financial development and poverty alleviation: issues and policy implications for developing and transition countries. [Paul Holden; Vassili Prokopenko; International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Exchange Affairs Department.] -- This paper reviews current thinking on the relationship between financial development and poverty alleviation-a .The study found that there is a long-run relationship between financial development, economic growth, and poverty reduction in Indonesia.
It also documented a unidirectional causality running from the financial sector to poverty reduction and a bidirectional causality between economic growth and poverty reduction.