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Policy, poverty, and inequality in Namibia

Policy, poverty, and inequality in Namibia

the cases of trade policy and land policy

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Published by Namibian Economic Policy Research Unit in Ausspannplatz, Windhoek, Namibia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Namibia,
  • Namibia.
    • Subjects:
    • Land use -- Government policy -- Namibia.,
    • Poverty -- Namibia.,
    • Income distribution -- Namibia.,
    • Namibia -- Commercial policy.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDirk Hansohm ... [et al.].
      SeriesNEPRU research report,, no. 18
      ContributionsHansohm, Dirk., Namibian Economic Policy Research Unit.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF1614.2 .P65 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 86 p. :
      Number of Pages86
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3985862M
      LC Control Number2001314376

        poverty and particularly, economic inequality on the quality and sustainability of democracy. The evidence suggests, at best, six key trends which are noteworthy in terms of observing changes and challenges in South Africa’s second decade of WPpdf. Poverty, Inequality and Well-being in the Global East: Bringing the 'Social' back in Paul Stubbs, Sofiya An and Tatiana Chubarova. Poverty Reduction through Social Protection and Labor Policies in the Former Soviet Union Esuna Dugarova. Equality and Inequality in Social Scientific Studies in Russia, Natalia Grigorieva

      Fiscal Space, Poverty and Inequality in Africa Article (PDF Available) in African Development Review 29(S1) February with Reads How we measure 'reads' /_Fiscal_Space_Poverty_and_Inequality_in_Africa. These seven economies—Angola, the Central African Republic, Botswana, Zambia, Namibia, Comoros, and South Africa—exhibit extremely high levels of inequality reporting a Gini of above

      Policies to reduce poverty in developing economies. To reduce poverty in developing economies, the focus may be on different policies. Education – greater spending on education and training can enable higher-skilled workforce. Foreign Aid – aid from developed countries can be used to invest in better health care and :// COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus


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Policy, poverty, and inequality in Namibia Download PDF EPUB FB2

Policy Research (IPPR) decided in to conduct a thorough investigation into what happened to poverty and inequality in post-Independence Namibia. It analysed the available household data and applied new methods on how to measure poverty and inequality, as well as access to public services by the poor.

The and Inequality   Republic of Namibia CENTRAL BUREAU OF STATISTICS Executive summary This report presents an analysis of poverty and inequality in Namibia based on the ex-penditure data from the / Namibia Household Income and Expenditure Survey (NHIES) conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics.

the determinants of poverty and guiding policy Download this report. If you would like to obtain a copy of this Research Output, please contact Hanlie Poverty at [email protected]

Abstract This report presents an analysis of poverty and inequality in Namibia based on the expenditure data from the / Namibia Household Income and Expenditure Survey (NHIES) conducted by the Central Bureau of   “Ending Hunger, Improving Health, Inequality and Environmental Change in Poverty for Sustainable Development” 26 - 28 July NIPAM, Windhoek, Namibia BOOK OF ABSTRACTS 2ND MULTI/INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH Conference NAMIBIA should not celebrate but criticise the news that the country's housing market recorded the second highest price increase in the world, second only to Dubai, the most populous oil city in the?id=&page=archive-read.

Post-Independence Namibia By Matthias Poverty IPPR Briefing Paper No. 48 September Institute for Public Policy Research This paper provides an overview of poverty, inequality and growth in post-Independence Namibia.

The main findings of the paper are: • Inequality remained at more or less the same level between /94 and /04, Inequality and Growth Haikali Wage Policy The government could increase the national minimum wage.

This is an effective way of increasing the incomes of the low paid, and therefore reducing wage inequality.

I am calling on the Government to call all the sectors on board and strictly introduce the new Haikali Wage policy that states: :// inequality and hence poverty that we see in our midst has been created by the colonial state and then, willy-nilly, were inscribed within the post-colonial state policies and were thus projected?page=archive-read&id= Four major books based on the PSE UK research have been published.

A two-volume, comprehensive, analysis of the findings of the Poverty and Social Exclusion in the UK research was published by Policy Press on Novem Poverty and Social Exclusion in the UK: Volume 1 - The nature and extent of the problem   As part of Policy Futures, we examine "what works" when it comes to federal and state policies and programs to reduce poverty and promote opportunity for low-income Americans.

This page highlights reports, blog posts and other materials that synthesize and amplify the work of poverty researchers around the country on program :// According to this definition 53% of households and 65% of individuals in Namibia live below the income poverty line at the time of the survey.

The analysis confirms tremendous inequalities in the /_Income_Poverty_and_Inequality_in_Namibia. Poverty and inequality in South Africa: Policy considerations in an emerging democracy Jean D. Triegaardt, PhD Policy Analyst ADRU Abstract Since the advent of the new democratic dispensation, the South African government has developed policies which have focused on poverty alleviation.

The social security and inequality in South. Get this from a library. Policy, poverty, and inequality in Namibia: the cases of trade policy and land policy.

[Dirk Hansohm; Namibian Economic Policy Research Unit.;]   AN OVERVIEW OF POVERTY AND INEQUALITY IN SOUTH AFRICA Working Paper prepared for DFID (SA), July Dr Ingrid Woolard 1 Contact details: [email protected] Summary South Africa is an upper-middle income country, but is a country of stark contrasts.

The extreme inequality evident in South Africa means that one sees destitution, hunger and Inequality is not inevitable. It is a policy choice. For proof, look at Namibia. Here is a country that inherited the highest levels of inequality in Africa when it gained independence from   levels of inequality.

Poverty and Inequality in Namibia The most recent figures on poverty and inequality used by the Namibian Government are derived from the /04 Namibia Household Income and Expenditure Survey (NHIES), which claimed a reduction of 55% in terms of absolute poverty between independence and /04 (CBS ).

Chapter 6: Impact of Fiscal Policy on Poverty and Inequality 50 A. Overall impact of fiscal policy on poverty and inequality 50 B.

Marginal contribution of the components to poverty and inequality reduction 54 C. Comparison to other middle-income countries 56 D. Changes in fiscal policy between /10 and and possible implications   Nonetheless, inequality and unemployment remain high in Namibia, which inled to the IMF warning that ‘Namibia‘s economic growth prospects are clouded by socioeconomic challenges of high unemployment, poverty and inequality’.

Namibia has a high unemployment rate of % Abstract Reducing poverty and inequality continues to be an important national priority in Namibia. Vision – the country’s guiding development strategy – has a subordinate vision that points to several goals: “Poverty is reduced to the minimum, the existing pattern of income-distribution is equitable and disparity is at the minimum.”   Factors Influencing Income Inequality in Namibia M.

Teweldemedhin 1* 1Polytechnic of Namibia, The result shows that Namibia fail break the cyclical problem of poverty, unemployment and filling the required skills required for better economic growth. productivity from a. From a policy perspective this means that the book outlines the character of the first Reconstruction and Development Programme, the macro-economic policies of the Growth, Employment and Redistribution Strategy (GEAR), and is itself born in the Poverty and Inequality Report (PIR) commissioned by the South African government inand   Does Fiscal Policy Benefit the Poor and Reduce Inequality in Namibia?

A report looking at the impact of Namibia’s fiscal policy on the country’s poverty rate concludes that, in some years, direct government transfers kept a good proportion of Namibia’s small population of million out of poverty.

Download PDF ( Mb)Trade policy, poverty and inequality in Namibia Arne Wiig, Dirk Hansohm and Klaus Schade () in Francis Wilson, Nazneen Kanji and Einar Braathen (eds.): Poverty reduction: what role for the state in today's globalized economy?.