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100 1  Otter, Thomas,|d1965-|4aut 
245 10 Poverty, Income Growth and Inequality in Paraguay During 
       the 1990s :|bSpatial Aspects, Growth Determinants and 
       Inequality Decomposition /|cThomas Otter. 
250    1st, New ed. 
264  1 Frankfurt a.M. :|bPeter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag 
       der Wissenschaften,|c[2018] 
264  4 |c©2008 
300    1 online resource. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 0  Göttinger Studien zur Entwicklungsökonomik / Göttingen 
       Studies in Development Economics ;|v23 
500    GMD: electronic resource. 
502    Doctoral Thesis. 
505 0  Spatial distribution of poverty and inequality and their 
       changes over a decade - Case study from Latin America - 
       Growth determinants - Inequality decomposition - 
       Downstream regressions - Poverty maps. 
520    The Paraguayan economy did not suffer debt crises in the 
       eighties and had significant growth rates in the second 
       half on the seventies, but poverty remained a problem. 
       Understanding the performance and spatial distribution of 
       poverty and inequality over a period of more than ten 
       years can shed new light on structural causes behind what 
       seems to be a low growth - high poverty - high inequality 
       trap in Paraguay. How did poverty and inequality change 
       during the 1990s. Did inequality reduce income growth? 
       What were the growth determinants and what are the main 
       forces driving inequality changes? These are the questions
       being answered in this book. 
545 0  The Author: Thomas Otter is a researcher associated to the
       Ibero-America Institute for Economic Research of the 
       University of Göttingen (Germany). He holds a doctorate in
       economics from the same university. The author has worked 
       as a consultant for different development agencies in 
       Latin America, Africa, and Asia. His research interests 
       include pro-poor growth, inequality, and human 
588 0  Online resource; title from title screen (viewed December 
       28, 2018). 
650  0 Poverty|zParaguay. 
650  0 Income distribution|zParaguay. 
651  0 Paraguay|xEconomic conditions|y1954- 
776 08 |iPrint version:|z9783631572016 
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