Growth is not Enough for Poverty Reduction. This paper contributes to the current debate on pro-poor growth. It discusses the respective impacts of macro-economic growth and the reduction of income inequality on monetary poverty. Our results emphasise the potential importance of the latter factor and suggest putting forward redistribution policies, which are usually hardly even considered. They also question the credibility of the first of the Millennium Development Goals MDGs , which aims at halving the proportion of the population living in absolute poverty by
La croissance verte - Dissertation - Samantha Pécheux
Les notions de croissance et de developpement et leurs liens constituent une part importante du questionnement en sciences sociales. La croissance economique correspond a une augmentation a long terme des richesses produites somme de la valeur ajoutee en volume , par les unites productives residant sur le territoire. Cela indique donc que la croissance est un phenomene quantitatif avant tout. Le developpement revet une aspect multidimensionnel, plus vaste que le phenomene de la croissance.
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The five countries which form the BRICS group Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa stand out in the s for their strong economic growth, linked to the economic transformation process and more specifically to the trade and financial openness, as well as to the decrease in poverty. In all countries, with the exception of Brazil, growth came along with an increase in inequality. Furthermore, the rise of inequality has taken place in very different situations and according to different mechanisms.