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Global Poverty and the New Bottom Billion: What if three-quarters of the world’s poor live in middle-income countries?

Global Poverty and the New Bottom Billion: What if three-quarters of the world’s poor live in middle-income countries?

WORKING PAPER by Andy Sumner

UNDP (IPC-IG), November 2010

This paper by Andy Sumner (Institute of Development Studies), published by the International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth, argues that the problem of global poverty has changed because most of the world's poor no longer live in poor countries.

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13.09.2016
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