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"Pro-Poor Growth" - adjusting the rhetoric to the reality. Don Sillers, USAID/EGAT/PR

by on Nov 24, 2010

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"Since the late 1990s, the term “pro-poor growth” has attained a prominent place in the vocabulary of the development community. This note argues that the net effect of this term’s appearance ...

"Since the late 1990s, the term “pro-poor growth” has attained a prominent place in the vocabulary of the development community. This note argues that the net effect of this term’s appearance has been to reduce the prevailing quality of thinking, by directing attention away from the real issues connecting growth and poverty reduction. As matters stand, continuing to use the term “pro-poor growth” is harmful for at least three reasons:" (Open to know which ones)

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"Pro-Poor Growth" - adjusting the rhetoric to the reality. Don Sillers, USAID/EGAT/PR "Pro-Poor Growth" - adjusting the rhetoric to the reality. Don Sillers, USAID/EGAT/PR Document Transcript