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Factor Immobility and Regional Impacts of Trade Liberalization: Evidence on Poverty from India
Petia Topalova American Economic Journal: Applied Economics , Vol. 2, No. 4 (October 2010), pp. 1-4105.27 13:53
 
Poverty, inequality, and populist politics in Iran
Written by Djavad Salehi-Isfahani, published in 2008 in the Journal of Economic Inequality.05.09 21:16
 
The Global Financial Crisis and Migrant Workers in China: ‘There is No Future as a Labourer; Returning to the Village has No Meaning’
Written by Kam Wing Chan and published in the International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.04.22 14:37
 
Political Legitimacy in Vietnam: Challenge and Response
Written by Carly A. Thayer, published in Politics and Policy.04.15 13:26
 
Cambodia-Laos-Vietnam: Economic Reform and Regional Integration
CLV's growth among ASEAN countries.04.11 13:09
 
Democracy and Poverty: A Lesson from Mongolia
Full version available at the link address. Summary: Later this month, Mongolia will host the 7th ministerial conference of the Community of Democracies (CD), an intergovernmental forum of democracies formed in 2000 at the initiative of Bronislaw Geremek of Poland and Madeleine Albright of the United States. Several civil society events will accompany it. The April 2013 conference in Ulaanbaatar will be an o...04.11 11:44
 
Education, Urban Poverty and Migration: Evidence from Bangladesh and Vietnam
Thematic Areas: Urban child, Rights of the Child, Education.03.29 15:00
 
Popular Explanations of Poverty in Europe
Effects of Contextual and Individual Characteristics across 28 European Countries. Dorota Lepianka, John Gelissen, Wim van Oorschot:03.29 14:46
 
Millennium Development Goal 1: poverty, hunger and decent work in Southeast Asia
Abstract: This article considers three questions: 1) what progress has been made in achieving MDG1 targets?; 2) what challenges remain?; and 3) what more could and should be done? To examine these questions, the article assesses the progress of Southeast Asia in seeking to achieve MDG1. It argues that the region is ‘on track’ to achieve MDG 1 targets, although significant challenges such as inequality remain...03.22 14:54
 
Maternal, neonatal, and child health in southeast Asia: towards greater regional collaboration
Abstract: Although maternal and child mortality are on the decline in southeast Asia, there are still major disparities, and greater equity is key to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. We used comparable cross-national data sources to document mortality trends from 1990 to 2008 and to assess major causes of maternal and child deaths. We present inequalities in intervention coverage by two common measu...03.07 11:46
 
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