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Rural Poverty in Developing Countries [electronic resource] : Issues and Policies / Mahmood Hasan Khan.

By: Khan, Mahmood Hasan.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: IMF Working Papers; Working Paper: No. 00/78Publisher: Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2000Description: 1 online resource (32 p.).ISBN: 1451850093 :.ISSN: 1018-5941.Subject(s): Agricultural Growth | Agricultural Land | Developing Countries | Health Care | Issues and Policies | Rural Poverty | Botswana | China, People's Republic of | India | Korea, Republic of | Sri LankaAdditional physical formats: Print Version:: Rural Poverty in Developing Countries : Issues and PoliciesOnline resources: IMF e-Library | IMF Book Store Abstract: In most developing countries, poverty is more widespread and severe in rural than in urban areas. The author reviews some important aspects of rural poverty and draws key implications for public policy. He presents a policy framework for reducing poverty, taking into account the functional differences and overlap between the rural poor. Several policy options are delineated and explained, including stable management of the macroeconomic environment, transfer of assets, investment in and access to the physical and social infrastructure, access to credit and jobs, and provision of safety nets. Finally, some guideposts are identified for assessing strategies to reduce rural poverty.
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In most developing countries, poverty is more widespread and severe in rural than in urban areas. The author reviews some important aspects of rural poverty and draws key implications for public policy. He presents a policy framework for reducing poverty, taking into account the functional differences and overlap between the rural poor. Several policy options are delineated and explained, including stable management of the macroeconomic environment, transfer of assets, investment in and access to the physical and social infrastructure, access to credit and jobs, and provision of safety nets. Finally, some guideposts are identified for assessing strategies to reduce rural poverty.

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