2015 - BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award
His main research concerns Poverty, Extreme poverty, Development economics, Public economics and Poverty gap index. His work carried out in the field of Poverty brings together such families of science as Developing country, Standard of living and Demographic economics. His Demographic economics research integrates issues from Consumption, Cost of living and Welfare.
His Extreme poverty research incorporates elements of Economic inequality, Basic needs, Income distribution and National accounts. His Development economics study also includes
His primary areas of study are Poverty, Development economics, Public economics, Welfare and Extreme poverty. The various areas that Martin Ravallion examines in his Poverty study include Developing country, Consumption, Standard of living and Demographic economics. His Consumption research includes themes of Purchasing power parity, Socioeconomics and Distribution.
He has researched Development economics in several fields, including Rural area, Poverty reduction, Culture of poverty, China and Poverty rate. His work deals with themes such as Socioeconomic status and Survey data collection, which intersect with Welfare. His Extreme poverty research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Measuring poverty, Basic needs, Economic inequality and Rural poverty.
His primary scientific interests are in Poverty, Development economics, Developing country, Welfare and Consumption. Martin Ravallion works in the field of Poverty, namely Extreme poverty. Martin Ravallion focuses mostly in the field of Extreme poverty, narrowing it down to matters related to Purchasing power parity and, in some cases, Inflation.
His Development economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as China, Poverty reduction, Redistribution and Poverty rate. His research integrates issues of Standard of living, Socioeconomics and Social exclusion in his study of Developing country. His Consumption research focuses on subjects like Labour economics, which are linked to Earnings.
Martin Ravallion mainly investigates Poverty, Development economics, Developing country, Extreme poverty and Consumption. Martin Ravallion has included themes like Economic inequality, Public economics and Welfare in his Poverty study. The concepts of his Development economics study are interwoven with issues in Urbanization, Positive economics, Equity and Malnutrition.
The Developing country study combines topics in areas such as A share, Price level, Penn effect, Inflation and International Comparison Program. The various areas that Martin Ravallion examines in his Extreme poverty study include Purchasing power parity and Rural poverty. His Consumption research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wage, Labour economics and Weighted arithmetic mean.
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Growth, inequality, and poverty : looking beyond averages
World Development (2001)
The developing world is poorer than we thought, but no less successful in the fight against poverty
Shaohua Chen;Martin Ravallion.
Research Papers in Economics (2008)
China's (uneven) progress against poverty
Martin Ravallion;Shaohua Chen.
Research Papers in Economics (2004)
How important to India's poor is the sectoral composition of economic growth?
Martin Ravallion;Gaurav Datt.
The World Bank Economic Review (1996)
Measuring pro-poor growth
Martin Ravallion;Shaohua Chen.
Economics Letters (2003)
Measuring Social Welfare With and Without Poverty Lines
The American Economic Review (1994)
Growth and redistribution components of changes in poverty measures : a decomposition with applications to Brazil and India in the 1980s
Gaurav Datt;Martin Ravallion.
Poverty and policy
Michael Lipton;Martin Ravallion.
Handbook of Development Economics (1995)
Human Development in Poor Countries: On the Role of Private Incomes and Public Services
Sudhir Anand;Martin Ravallion.
Journal of Economic Perspectives (1993)
Poverty lines in theory and practice
Journal of Development Studies
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