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World Bank , Washington, D.C
Poverty -- Russia (Federation), Russia (Federation) -- Economic conditions -- 1991-, Russia (Federation) -- Social po

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Russia (Federa

SeriesDirections in development, Directions in development (Washington, D.C.)
ContributionsShaʻbān, Raḍwān ʻAlī.
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LC ClassificationsHC340.12.Z9 P67 2005
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL3426197M
ISBN 100821363409
LC Control Number2005049914

Reducing Poverty through Growth and Social Policy Reform in Russia By Radwan Shaban, Hiromi Asaoka, Bob Barnes, Vladimir Drebentsov, John Langenbrunner, Zurab Sajaia, James Stevens, David Tarr, Emit Tesliuc, Olga Shabalina, Ruslan Yemtsov. Reducing poverty through growth and social policy reform in Russia.

— (Directions in development) This report has been prepared by a World Bank multi-sector team led by Radwan Shaban and others. Includes bibliographical references.

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Directions in Development. This book provides a guide to Automated Development Economics (DEC) Poverty Tables (ADePT's) two health modules: the first module covers.

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Get this from a library. Reducing poverty through growth and social policy reform in Russia. [Raḍwān ʻAlī Shaʻbān; World Bank. Europe and Central Asia Region. Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Unit.;] -- Annotation This title explores the nature of poverty, both nationally and regionally, to identify the groups with a high poverty risk.

Reducing poverty through growth and social policy reform in Russia (Inglês) Resumo. Following the financial crisis, four out of every ten people slipped into poverty, not able to meet basic needs.

Luckily, post-crisis economic rebound was impressive and broad-based, albeit uneven across sectors and regions. This title explores the Cited by: Reducing Poverty through Growth and Social Policy Reform in Russia.

It then examines growth-poverty linkages through the labor market, as well as the contribution of growth and inequality to the recent poverty reduction.

It also considers the expected impact of WTO accession on overall growth and poverty. Finally, it focuses on the scope for improving social policy in ways that will have a direct impact on the.

Russia - Reducing poverty through growth and social policy reform (English) Abstract. The report is based on analysis of the main facets and dynamics of poverty in Russia since The analysis was conducted over the past two years by Russian and international experts in the framework of the first stage of the program on "enhancing the.

Abstract The report is based on analysis of the main facets and dynamics of poverty in Russia since The analysis was conducted over the past two years by Russian and international experts in the framework of the first stage of the program on "enhancing the measurement, monitoring, and analysis of poverty".

World Bank, "Russia: Reducing Poverty through Growth and Social Policy Reform," World Bank Other Operational StudiesThe World : RePEc:wbk:wboper Get this from a library. Reducing Poverty through Growth and Social Policy Reform in Russia.

[Raḍwān ʻAlī Shaʻbān; World Bank. Europe and Central Asia Region. Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Unit.;] -- Annotation This title explores the nature of poverty, both nationally and regionally, to identify the groups with a high poverty risk.

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Get this from a library. Reducing poverty through growth and social policy reform in Russia. [Raḍwān ʻAlī Shaʻbān;] -- Following the financial crisis, four out of every ten people slipped into poverty, not able to meet basic needs. Luckily, post-crisis. Get this from a library.

Reducing poverty through growth and social policy reform in Russia. [Radwan Ali Shaban; World Bank. Europe and Central Asia Region. Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Unit,;]. This report draws lessons for improving the policy design of poverty alleviation schemes in Jordan.

The conclusions herein are based on analyses of trends in consumption poverty in Jordan and assessment of the impact of government programs (including food subsidies and cash transfers) on poverty Cited by: Downloadable.

We investigate the dynamics and the structure of Russian poverty during the period in the context of the government socio-economic policy of poverty reduction. The development of effective programs for fighting poverty requires analysis of the successes and failures of past policies.

The paper sheds light on poverty alleviation programs in Russia by analysing data for. Downloadable (with restrictions). A combination of economic growth and committed revenue-raising should give most governments in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union considerable scope to devote increased resources to tackling poverty.

We review the extent and nature of poverty across the transition countries, emphasising the phenomenon of the working-age poor. services) that are afflicting much of the region.

Social policy reform should be high on the poverty reduction agenda in the former Soviet republics. Measuring poverty in transition economies The many dimensions of poverty are too complex to be captured in a single universal indicator.

Measures of absolute, relative, and subjective levels of. Poverty Scale in Russia”. As it was stated at the round table discussions, the poverty level can no longer be treated as the criteria to determine success (or failure) of the reforms.

Reduction of scale and depth of poverty is to become a primary objective of the social policy. The ILO. Poverty Reduction through Social Protection and Labor Policies in the Former Soviet Union Esuna Dugarova.

Equality and Inequality in Social Scientific Studies in Russia, Natalia Grigorieva. Inequality of Access to the Health System in Russia: The case of.

Russian Federation: Reducing Poverty Through Growth and Social Policy Reform, Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Unit Europe and Central Asia Region, February 8.

Scott A. Hipsher, in The Private Sector's Role in Poverty Reduction in Asia, Abstract: Poverty reduction is one of the world's most important challenges, and it is proposed the private sector has an important role to play in creating the economic growth, employment and purchasing options needed for significant poverty reduction.

Policy implications for the social support system 9. Sustainable reductions in poverty can be achieved only through policies that promote stabilization and economic growth, which is a longer term undertaking.

In the meantime, Russia has to find ways to mitigate the adverse effects of high and rising levels of unemployment and poverty in an. Social Reform and Poverty Alleviation The basic sectors play a vital role in governance since they represent the primary beneficiaries of the government's poverty-reduction programs.

Their concerns are a reflection of long-prevailing incapacities in alleviating poverty, particularly in the area of asset sectors need to be given. Increase in employment leads to reduction of poverty in the economy.

Moreover, economic reforms are often accompanied by special programs aimed at structural adjustments to address the poverty issue. The International Financial Institutions, specially the World Bank have played important roles in supporting such programs in developing countries.

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UNICEF pursues a human rights approach to poverty reduction because it re-sponds to poverty’s multifaceted nature. This approach can be distinguished from a welfare approach in terms of the relationship between the State, on. Reviews causes of poverty in rural areas and presents a policy framework for reducing rural poverty, including through land reform, public works programs, access to credit, physical and social infrastructure, subsidies, and transfer of technology.

Identifies key elements for drafting a policy to reduce rural poverty. Editor’s Note: This is a chapter from “The Last Mile in Ending Extreme Poverty,” which explores the challenges and steps needed to end extreme poverty.

In approximately half of the. The Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility (PRGF) is used by the IMF to provide support for countries' implementation of their poverty reduction and growth strategies. A key requirement in the design of PRGF programs is understanding the effects of reform program measures on vulnerable groups-particularly the poor-and how to devise measures to mitigate any negative effects.

Poverty and social. Reform initiatives to reduce the welfare crises in the welfare states have led to giving more importance to “active social protection” understanding in social policy implementations.

These practices, which were put into practice in s and which aimed to be active in the labor market, were based on regulations that encourage working and.

Health care reform provides a good example of a successful Strategy 2 anti-poverty policy. There is scope for more aggressive action in other areas, from. i Declaration Student number: I declare that POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGIES IN SOUTH AFRICA is my own work and that all the sources that have been used or quoted from have been acknowledged by means of complete references.Globally, there is a commitment to eliminate poverty; and yet the politics that have caused anti-poverty policies to succeed in some countries and to fail in others have been little studied.

The Politics of Poverty Reduction focuses on these political processes. Analysis is based partly on global comparisons and partly on case-studies of nine countries that span the developing world. In the second quarter ofnearly 20 million people in Russia lived under the poverty line, marking an increase compared to the previous three months.