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30 April 2013

This paper introduces a new model of growth, inequality and poverty. This new model allows for systematic, methodologica...

This paper introduces a new model of growth, inequality and poverty. This new model allows for systematic, methodologically transparent, comparative analyses of estimates of poverty in the future based on a range of different methods. We use the model to explore how estimates of the scale and location of future poverty varies by approach.

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