References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 33 references in this bibliography folder.

Deutsch, J and Silber, J (2009).
Measuring Pro-Poor Growth with a Variable Poverty Line
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Nissanov, Z and Silber, J (2009).
On Pro-poor Growth and the Measurement of Convergence
Economics Letters, 105(3):270–272.

Kakwani, N and Son, H (2008).
Poverty Equivalent Growth Rate
Review of Income and Wealth, 54(4):643–655.

Son, H and Kakwani, N (2008).
Global Estimates of Pro-Poor Growth
World Development, 36(6):1048–1066.

Grimm, M (2007).
Removing the Anonymity Axiom in Assessing Pro-poor Growth
Journal of Economic Inequality, 5(2):179–197.

Kakwani, N, Khandker, S, and Son, H (2004).
Pro-poor Growth: Concepts and Measurement with Country Case Studies
International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth, Working Papers(1).

Ravallion, M (2004).
Pro-poor Growth : A Primer
The World Bank, Policy Research Working Paper Series(3242).

Son, H (2004).
A Note on Pro-poor Growth
Economics Letters, 82(3):307–314.

Ravallion, M and Chen, S (2003).
Measuring Pro-poor Growth
Economics Letters, 78(1):93–99.

Son, H (2003).
A New Poverty Decomposition
Journal of Economic Inequality, 1(2):181–187.

Baulch, B and McCulloch, N (2002).
Being Poor and Becoming Poor: Poverty Status and Poverty Transitions in Rural Pakistan
Journal of Asian and African Studies, 37(2):168–185.

Dollar, D and Kraay, A (2002).
Growth Is Good for the Poor
Journal of Economic Growth, 7(3):195–225.

Kakwani, N and Son, H (2002).
Pro-Poor Growth and Poverty Reduction: The Asian Experience
The Poverty Center, Office of the Executive Secretary, ESCAP, Bangkok.

Sastre, M and Trannoy, A (2002).
Shapley Inequality Decomposition by Factor Components: Some Methodological Issues
Journal of Economics, 9(1):51–89.

Kakwani, N (2000).
On Measuring Growth and Inequality Components of Poverty with Applications to Thailand
Journal of Quantitative Economics, 16:67–80.

Kakwani, N and Pernia, E (2000).
What is Pro-Poor Growth
Asian Development Review, 18(1):1–16.

Chantreuil, F and Trannoy, A (1999).
Inequality Decomposition Values: the Trade-Off Between Marginality and Consistency
Paris X - Nanterre, U.F.R. de Sc. Ec. Gest. Maths Infor., Papers(99-24).

Shorrocks, A (1999).
Decomposition Procedures for Distributional Analysis: A Unified Framework Based on the Shapley Value
Miscellaneous publication, mimeo, University of Essex.

Datt, G and Ravallion, M (1992).
Growth and Redistribution Components of Changes in Poverty Measures : A Decomposition with Applications to Brazil and India in the 1980s
Journal of Development Economics, 38(2):275–295.

Buhmann, B, Rainwater, L, Schmaus, G, and Smeeding, T (1988).
Equivalence Scales, Well-Being, Inequality, and Poverty: Sensitivity Estimates across Ten Countries Using the Luxembourg Income Study (LIS) Database
Review of Income and Wealth, 34(2):115–142.

Atkinson, AB (1987).
On the Measurement of Poverty
Econometrica, 55(4):749–764.

Kakwani, N (1980).
On a Class of Poverty Measures
Econometrica, 48(2):437–446.

Bourguignon, F (1979).
Decomposable Income Inequality Measures
Econometrica, 47(4):901–920.

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