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5th October 2005 The conventional approach of economists to the measurement of poverty in poor countries is to use measures of income or consumption. This paper... →
5th October 2005 The conventional approach of economists to the measurement of poverty in poor countries is to use measures of income or consumption. This paper by... →
Follow-up to the outcome of the special session on children: Promotion and protection of the rights of the child (October 2005)
5th October 2005 In the following report, United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, has urged governments that have signed on to child welfare pledges to... →
5th October 2005 According to the report by the Department for International Development, in recent years the two largest countries in Asia, China and India have... →
A Round for Free: How rich countries are getting a free ride on agricultural subsidies at the WTO (October 2005)
3rd October 2005 Agricultural dumping has a devastating effect on poor countries. The Uruguay Round at the World Trade Orhanisation (WTO) was supposed to cut the... →
28th September 2005 The United States will decide in December 2005 whether it will begin the production of a new antipersonnel mine called Spider. According to a media... →
28th September 2005 In this paper by the World Trade Organisation, an applied general equilibrium model (15 regions, 9 sectors) is used to simulate the impact of... →
28th September 2005 This paper by the National Labour & Economic Development Institute, raises questions on what implications exist for labour with regard to the... →
26th September 2005 The following report by the United Nations, traces trends and patterns in economic and non-economic aspects of inequality and examines their causes... →
26th September 2005 This report on the Millennium Development Goals published by the Economic Commission for Africa says that despite widespread pessimism, some... →