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The poverty and distributional impact of macroeconomic shocks and policies
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Adjustment policies, poverty, and unemployment; the IMMPA framework. they present their own quantitative macroeconomic framework for analyzing the impact of policy and exogenous shocks on the labor market, poverty, and income distribution in low- and middle-income economies: the Integrated Macroeconomic Model for Poverty Analysis or IMMPA. Policy impact analysis entails an assessment of variations in individual and social welfare attributable to an exogenous shock or the implementation of a policy. Economic shocks and policies may have at once macroeconomic, structural and distributional implications working through a number of flow-of-funds variables, and a set of market.
The impact of economic policies on poverty and income distribution: evaluation techniques and tools (English) Abstract. Development is about fundamental change in economic structures, about the movement of resources out of agriculture to services and industry, about migration to cities and international movement of labor, and about transformation in trade and technology. Main Impact of Macroeconomic Policies on Poverty and Income Distribution: Macro-Micro Linkage Models Due to the technical work on the site downloading books (as well as file conversion and sending books to email/kindle) may be unstable from May, 27 to May, 28 Also, for users who have an active donation now, we will extend the donation period.
The presented sequential macro-micro approach has been illustrated using two case studies that examine the poverty and distributional impact of macroeconomic shocks, the typical research and policy research to which this kind of model is and should be applied. age income and on the set of macroeconomic policies which directly inﬂuence poverty rates. The basic setup is similar to Dollar and Kraay (), which in a provocative study, suggest that growth promotion is entirely suﬃcient for poverty reduction — with macroeconomic policy having no direct impact on .
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The poverty and distributional impact of macroeconomic shocks and policies: a review of modeling approaches. [B Essama-Nssah] -- The importance of distributional issues in policymaking creates a need for empirical tools to assess the social impact of economic shocks and policies.
This paper reviews some of the modeling. Furthermore, shocks and policies have macroeconomic, structural, and distributional implications.
This creates interdependence between such policy issues. Finally, the distributional impact of shocks and policies hinges on the heterogeneity of socioeconomic agents with respect to endowments and behavior. : The Impact of Macroeconomic Policies on Poverty and Income Distribution eBook: The World Bank: Kindle Store4/5(1).
Poverty and Distributional Impact of Economic Policies and External Shocks: Three Case Studies from Latin America Combining Macro and Micro Approaches / Göttingen Studies in Development Economics) [Jann Lay] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Economists have had much to say about the impact of economic policies on growth, but little on their distributional.
analysis of some macroeconomic shocks and policies. A general equilibrium analysis of the distributional implications of macroeconomic shocks and policies may follow three basic approaches: (1) the standard representative household (RH) approach, (2) the extended representative household approach (ERH), and (3) the microsimulation by: 6.
The importance of the underlying poverty and distributional issues creates a need for relevant and reliable ways of tracking the social impact of shocks and policies. Home > Policy Research Working Papers > Simulating The Poverty Impact Of Macroeconomic Shocks And Policies.
The unifying link between the two parts is the systematic reliance on data sets that describe the distribution of economic welfare in the population, that is essentially household surveys of different chapter in the two parts refers to a specific evaluation technique of policies and generally to a particular policy instrument of a.
The main message of the country studies included in this dissertation is that the poverty and distributional impact of external shocks and economic policies depends very much on the exact nature of the shock as well as the structural characteristics of the country in question.
Hence, there are no policy blueprints. The Macroeconomics of Poverty Reduction poverty eﬀects of macroeconomic policies–in particular, the impact of a cut in government spending on the urban poor.
Section V discusses a particular the issue of poverty and how macroeconomic policy shocks are transmitted to.
Box 3. Quantitative Frameworks for Assessing the Distributional Impact of Macroeconomic Policies. In developing poverty reduction strategies, policymakers would benefit from a quantitative framework that they could use to assess the distributional impact of the. Downloadable.
Developing countries face a host of macroeconomic challenges in the design and implementation of development strategies and policies. The importance of the underlying poverty and distributional issues creates a need for relevant and reliable ways of tracking the social impact of shocks and policies.
This paper describes and demonstrates the use of a stylized framework for. Macroeconomic Policies and Poverty book. Macroeconomic Policies and Poverty. Evaluating the poverty impact of economic policies: some analytical challenges. View abstract. Download. PDF MB.
PART IV Crises and shocks. chapter 10 | 39 pages Financial crises, poverty, and income distribution. Inequality and macroeconomic policies Intervention by Vítor Constâncio, Vice-President of the ECB, at the Annual Congress of the European Economic Association Lisbon, 22 August Ladies and gentlemen, It is indeed a pleasure to participate in this timely discussion on the distributional impact of macroeconomic policies.
Evaluating the Poverty and Distributional Impact of Economic Policies: Introduction to a compendium of existing techniques François Bourguignon and Luiz A.
Pereira da Silva 1. Motivation A major and recent progress in both national and international approaches to development policies is the systematic focus on their effects on poverty and.
This book reviews techniques and tools that can be used to evaluate the poverty and distributional impact of economic policy choices. It describes the most robust techniques and tools now available-from the simplest to the most complex-and identifies best practices.
4 Examining the Social Impact of the Indonesian Financial Crisis Using a Macro-Micro Model 93 Anne-Sophie Robilliard, Frangois Bourguignon, and Sherman Robinson 5 Can the Distributional Impacts of Macroeconomic Shocks Be Predicted. A Comparison of Top-Down Macro-Micro Models with Historical Data for Brazil Francisco H.
Ferreira. In developing poverty reduction strategies, policymakers would benefit from a quantitative framework that they could use to assess the distributional impact of the macroeconomic policy options under consideration.
Such a framework would be useful because the links between macroeconomic policies and poverty are complex. discusses policies to insulate the poor against the impact of shocks to an economy.
The Links Between Macroeconomic Policy and Poverty Reduction Growth matters Economic growth is the single most important factor influencing poverty.4 Numerous statistical studies. things, by the poverty impact of the macroeconomic and financial policy response to the crisis that spread across the globe during the s.
In its transcript on the Panel on Macroeconomic Policies and Poverty Reduction, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) stated, “While there is a great deal of literature and experience on poverty and poverty.Poverty and Inequality Analysis Module 6: Evaluating the Distributional and Poverty Impacts of Economy-Wide Policies MayLearning Objectives The international community has declared poverty reduction and equity important goals of socioeconomic development.
This defines the metric by which to assess the impact of.distributional and poverty impact of economic policies. most common policies and instruments used for poverty reduction. Macroeconomic policies included monetary, fiscal, and exchange rate policies.
evaluating the impact of exogenous shocks and policies on aggregates like GDP, its components, the.