Global Poverty by Different Poverty Lines Since the Cold War
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In this chapter, we discuss trends in global poverty since the Cold War taking several poverty lines. We provide a basis for a set of stylised consumption groups based on global consumption and show how the benefits of growth were distributed since 1990.
KeywordsPoverty Inequality Growth
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