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Impact of irrigation infrastructure development on dynamics of incomes and poverty

Impact of irrigation infrastructure development on dynamics of incomes and poverty

econometric evidence using panel data from Pakistan

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Published by Japan Bank of International Cooperation in Tokyo .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Paginationxii, S1-14, 220 p.
Number of Pages220
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25055396M
LC Control Number2011311966

The report evaluates the role of infrastructure in promoting economic growth and poverty reduction in Africa. It argues that strong urban economic development is essential for the provision of adequate housing, infrastructure, education, health, safety, and basic services. Preliminary review of the impact of irrigation on poverty 3 income via higher yields, calorie intake by better food security) but access to education, or respect for political and human rights may not be affected, or only in the long-run. In addition, irrigation may have a positive impact on some dimensions of poverty but a negative impact on.

Asian Development Bank (Asian Development Bank, ) The Urban Operational Plan (UOP) of the Asian Development Bank(ADB) supports ADB developing member countries in expanding their urban economies, improving environmental sustainability, and making pro-poor investments through a 3E approach (Economy, Environment, and Equity). Infrastructure, such as irrigation, watershed development, rural To analyze the role of road infrastructure development programmes on Agricultural The many of studies reveals that investment in infrastructure has a positive impact on rural was a positive relationship between increase in acreage of export crop cultivation File Size: KB.

for welfare and persistence of poverty. A number of policy recommendations towards infrastructure development have been made in the past. One of these is the adoption of national rural basic need programmes, which consist of rural welfare base line, and identification of appropriate rural development strategies, programmes and Size: 98KB. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol.4, No, Analysis of .


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Impact of Irrigation Infrastructure Development on Dynamics of Incomes and Poverty: Econometric Evidence Using Panel Data from Sri Lanka January Publisher: JBICI. JBICI Research Paper No. 33 March Impact of Irrigation Infrastructure Development on Dynamics of Incomes and Poverty: Econometric Evidence Using Panel Data from Pakistan.

JBICI Research Paper No. 32 March Impact of Irrigation Infrastructure Development on Dynamics of Incomes and Poverty: Econometric Evidence Using Panel Data from Sri Lanka. only effect that irrigation has then its poverty impact will be limited, given that labour i n come is a growing part of poor's income, and labourers are growing share of the poor.

The Role of Infrastructure in Mitigating Poverty Dynamics: The Case of an Irrigation Project in Sri Lanka by .1 Many empirical studies demonstrate that physical infrastructure development improves the long-term production and income levels of an economy (Canning and Bennathan ; impact of irrigation infrastructure in reducing poverty.

The Effects of Infrastructure Development on Growth and Income Distribution César Calderón and Luis Servén* Abstract This paper provides an empirical evaluation of the impact of infrastructure development on economic growth and income distribution using a large panel data set encompassing over countries and spanning the years The impact of infrastructure development on rural poverty reduction in Viet Nam (English) Abstract.

Public investment has made an enormous contribution to economic growth and poverty reduction in Vietnam. But attempts to scale up this contribution will have to rely on increasing the quality, not the quantity of investment.

At roughly one-third Author: Theo Ib Larsen, Huong Lan Pham, Martin Rama. condition for poverty alleviation in a region. The impact of irrigation on poverty reduction depends upon the structure of a rural economy and on how the additional farm income generated by improved access to irrigation is actually spent within a rural economy, and its feedback impacts on rural employment and rural wage structures.

physical infrastructure and poverty reduction. On one hand, great importance was attached to physical infrastructure in the poverty reduction efforts of developing countries; on the other hand, many in the international development community viewed assistance for infrastructure with considerable skepticism on three grounds (DFID ).Cited by: Dynamics of rural growth in Bangladesh: sustaining poverty reduction (English) Abstract.

The rural economy in Bangladesh has been a powerful source of economic growth and has substantially reduced poverty, especially sincebut the remarkable transformation and unprecedented dynamism in rural Bangladesh are an underexplored, underappreciated.

disadvantage.” Cook, Cynthia, et al., Assessing the Impact of Transport and Energy Infrastructure on Poverty Reduction, draft final report. Manila: Asian Development Bank, OctoberParenthetically, there is an analogy here to the debate about File Size: KB.

1 A CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT ON POVERTY REDUCTION Research Report No 8 Authors: Lelethu, Keke and Okem, Andrew Emmanuel Author Contact: Andrew Okem, University of KwaZulu-Natal, School of Built Environment and Development Size: KB. Poverty reduction requires economic growth which, when accompanied by sound macroeconomic management and good governance, results in sustainable and socially inclusive development (ADB ).

Greater access of the poor to education and health services, water and sanitation, employment, credit, and markets for produce is by:   (). Impact of infrastructure on rural household income and inequality in Nepal. Journal of Development Effectiveness: Vol.

8, No. 2, pp. Cited by: 9. In the concluding chapter, Perera offers competing perspectives on the impact of irrigation development in rural Sindh. There is little doubt that the expansion of irrigation has brought more land under cultivation and increased productivity which, in turn, has had a positive impact on poverty reduction and higher incomes for farmers.

The Effects of Irrigation on Poverty: A Framework for Analysis 8. Direct impact on output levels 8. Direct impact on employment Impact on food prices Second round effect on outputs Effect on non-farm rural output and employment Stabilisation of outputs and income Socio-economic impacts.

irrigation has a positive impact on poverty reduction (Narayanamoorthy ; Fan et al. ; Shah and Singh ). However, no straightforward relationship has been shown between irrigation and poverty alleviation; and the impact of irrigation on poverty alleviation depends on several other intermediate factors (Bhattarai et al., This year’s report tracks poverty comparisons at two higher poverty thresholds—$ and $ per day—which are typical of standards in lower- and upper-middle-income countries.

In addition, the report introduces a societal poverty line based on each economy’s median income or. the concept of Poverty and the Poor 7 infrastructure and Economic Development 9 Macroeconomic Evidence 9 Microeconomic Evidence 11 Micro-Level Studies on Mobile Phones 12 Poverty and inequality 13 randomized field Experiments and impact Evaluation 15 Water and Sanitation 16 Transport 16 Irrigation use in Ethiopia dates back several centuries, and continues to be an integral part of Ethiopian agriculture.

In Ethiopia, modern irrigation began in the s through private and government-owned schemes in the middle Awash Valley where big sugar, fruit and cotton state farms are found [1,2,9,10].In Ethiopia, irrigation development is a priority for agricultural Cited by:.

Poverty is not having enough material possessions or income for a person's needs. Poverty may include social, economic, and political elements. Absolute poverty is the complete lack of the means necessary to meet basic personal needs, such as food, clothing and shelter.

The threshold at which absolute poverty is defined is always about the same, independent of the person's. The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.

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