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Trade and poverty reduction in the Asia-Pacific region

Andrew L. Stoler

Trade and poverty reduction in the Asia-Pacific region

case studies and lessons from low-income communities

by Andrew L. Stoler

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, UK, New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Andrew L. Stoler, Jim Redden and Lee Ann Jackson
ContributionsWorld Trade Organization, Australian Agency for International Development, University of Adelaide. Institute for International Trade
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC415.P6 T73 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 795 p. :
Number of Pages795
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24495718M
ISBN 100521768365, 0521745306
ISBN 109780521768368, 9780521745307
LC Control Number2010280777
OCLC/WorldCa401145559

  The book, Inequality in Asia and the Pacific, examines the trends, causes, and consequences of widening disparities in income and opportunities in the region. The authors note that “had Asian growth been achieved without rising inequality, an additional million people would have been lifted out of poverty over the past 2 decades.”. HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF TRADE POLICY: A Toolkit Inclusive Growth and Poverty Reduction UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Centre September Book for Human Development Impact Assessment (HDIA) of Trade Policy,” written by Cecilia Oh, Yumiko Yamamoto, and.

‘The Asia Pacific region has long been recognized for its stellar growth performance. Much of this exemplary record was in fact 'growth with equity', resulting Format: Hardcover. international trade promotes poverty reduction and human development for all. This Report was developed by a multinational team under the auspices of the Human Development Unit of the UNDP Regional Centre in Colombo, Sri Lanka (RCC).The RCC was established in to serve countries of Asia-Pacific as a.

This paper investigates how the two types of globalization—i.e., integration of international trade and emigration—affected poverty reduction in the Philippines. Using the Family Income and Expenditure Surveys from to , we found that both nontransfer and transfer incomes decreased poverty significantly but transfer income exerted greater impact. External openness reduced poverty.   The Asia-Pacific region faces an important inflection point. Increasing GDP levels, widespread poverty reduction, and growing trade integration have created optimism for the region's future, giving states every incentive to avoid conflict. And yet, history has proven that economic integration will not always prove sufficient to prevent this.


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Many communities in the Asia-Pacific region seek to take advantage of trade opportunities in order to address local poverty. The case studies in this book examine the factors that influence how trade can act as a catalyst for poverty reduction and encourage reflection Format: Paperback.

This book explores the complex relationship between international trade and poverty reduction through a combination of research papers and contemporary case studies. Written mainly by developing-country authors in consultation with local businesses and communities, the case studies contribute to our.

This book explores the complex relationship between international trade and poverty reduction through a combination of research papers and contemporary case studies. Written mainly by developing-country authors in consultation with local businesses and communities, the case studies contribute to our understanding of the ways in which low-income communities are dealing with trade as a practical.

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Written mainly by. OECD Policy Dialogue on Aid for Trade 1 PERSPECTIVES ON TRADE, GROWTH AND POVERTY REDUCTION IN THE ASIA –PACIFIC REGION Jim Redden Director, International Programs, Asia-Pacific Institute for International Trade University of Adelaide South Australia @ cambridge university press Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, São Paulo, Delhi, Mexico City Cambridge University Press.

Trade and poverty reduction in the Asia-Pacific region: case studies and lessons from low-income communities. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. MLA Citation. Stoler, Andrew L. and Redden, Jim. and Jackson, Lee Ann. and World Trade Organization. and Australian Agency for International Development.

and University of Adelaide. Though poverty reduction in Asia and the Pacific in – had been quite significant, the region remains home to the largest number of the world’s poor.

Inaround 63% of the poor worldwide lived in the by: advisory services on trade policy and facilitation throughout the Asia-Pacific region, and currently leads the activities of the United Nations Network of Experts for Paperless Trade in Asia and the Pacific (UNNExT), which is a community of experts dedicated to making trade more transparent and efficient through electronic exchange of information.

East Asia and Pacific remains the world’s growth engine despite a challenging external environment, with developing economies growing by % in The proportion of people living in poverty in the region has steadily declined—less than 10% of the population lives on $ a day—but much more needs to be done as there are still close to half a billion people living on $2 a day.

Case Studies and Lessons from Low-income Communities, Trade and Poverty Reduction in the Asia-Pacific Region, Andrew L._Stoler, Jim_Redden, Lee Ann_Jackson, Cambridge University Press.

Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en 1 jour ou en magasin avec -5% de réduction. Poverty: How much has changed since. Estimates prepared by ESCAP in the Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific reveal that the number of people in the region living on less than dollars a day fell from 52 percent in to 18 percent in – a reduction from billion to million people.

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Contract to study trade for poverty reduction. Friday, 5 January The University of Adelaide's Institute for International Trade is undertaking a $, month study to identify the best trade policies for poverty reduction in the Asia Pacific region. The project is being supported by AusAid and the World Trade Organisation (WTO), and will involve several Schools within the.

This new book from the Asia-Pacific Research and Training Network on Trade (ARTNeT) examines the role of trade facilitation measures in lowering barriers to trade and raising incomes. In addition to a review of relevant literature and theoretical findings, empirical case studies are presented from across the region including: Indonesia, Sri.

Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index measured the corruption level of countries around the globe in Over 70% of the Asia Pacific countries scored be which indicates serious corruption problem. This implies hindrance to the progress of poverty reduction in the region.

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