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Poverty and Sustainable Development Goals

Poverty is one of the most persistent problems in the world, which countries try to alleviate while setting sustainable development goals to achieve a better future for mankind as a whole. In an effort to promote sustainable development goals and diminish poverty, ERIA conducts various research on income distributions, sustainable development policies, conditional cash transfers, people-centred economic growth, rural development, and socio-cultural community framing.

Income Distribution and Poverty in a CGE Framework:A Proposed Methodology

03 June 2009

Abstract The paper discusses methodologies addressing income distribution and poverty in a Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model framework, by describing how to link CGE … Read More

Environment, Policy

Mainstreaming Sustainable Development Policies in East Asia

01 March 2009

Full Report RPR-2008-6-2 Contents Front cover Table of Contents EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1. OVERALL FRAMEWORK 1.1 Background and Objectives 1.2 Scope … Read More

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