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South Asia Poverty Monitor

Introduction UNDP has taken an initiative to publish SOUTH ASIA POVERTY MONITOR periodically to assess the poverty situation at national grassroots level through the existing national expertise in South Asia. As part of this initiative a country report will be prepared for Bangladesh as well. The Bangladesh country report will be prepared through both quantitative […]

Pages: 51 Words: 15420 Topics: Economy, Poverty, Qualitative Research, Research

The Goods Service Tax in Malaysia

IS THE INTRODUCTION OF THE GOODS SERVICE TAX (GST) IN MALAYSIA GOOD OR BAD? Chapter 1 1.0 INTRODUCTION. In the new global economy, more companies are operating cross border, and as such are faced with the need to deal effectively with many different taxes, often in many different countries, each with different rates, ruling and […]

Pages: 16 Words: 4754 Topics: Economy, Poverty, Tax
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Chapter 1 1.0 Introduction. Schools / education institutions were traditionally a place for professionals to conduct their activities and a place for them to spend their leisure time. Then it gain respect and trust from the public it evolve as a place to learn knowledge and gain information. In recent years, government across nation and […]

Pages: 19 Words: 5678 Topics: Economic Growth, Economic Inequality, Economy, Poverty

The Role and Impact of Micro Finance Institutions

INTRODUCTION The strong economic growth is bound to create employment opportunities and therefore it will reduce unemployment. The evidence provided by the Labor Force Survey 2005 (First two quarters) clearly supports the fact that economic growth has created employment opportunities. Since 2003-04 and until the last half of 2005-06, 5.82 million new jobs have been […]

Pages: 24 Words: 7066 Topics: Economy, Poverty, Poverty Reduction

An Honest Attempt

In the book ‘In Defense Of Globalization’ the author, Jagdish Bhagwati attempts a feat which few in his field have done before and that is to give a direct response to the allegations that are staged against globalization. Bhagwati is renowned in his field and has quite a few feathers in his cap. He is […]

Pages: 31 Words: 9216 Topics: Entrepreneurship, Free Trade, Human, Life, Nature, Poverty, Reality

Be a Major Contributo

Availability of natural resources is often taken to naturally contribute if not be a major contributor in a nations economy prowess. This enviable position often given to natural resources in the chess place of economic growth is not connected to the fact that natural resources especially fossil fuel plays a serious role in world economy. […]

Pages: 31 Words: 9187 Topics: Corruption, Economic Growth, Economy, Employment, Nigeria, Poverty

Child Labour | Economics Dissertations

What are the causes and consequences of child labour amongst developing countries The child labour as a social and economic phenomenon has many aspects the most important of which seems to be the low level of financial growth that characterizes several countries which are commonly known as ‘developing.’ This paper illustrates the conditions that created […]

Pages: 17 Words: 5039 Topics: Child Labour, Economic Growth, Economy, Employment, Family, Poverty, Research

Food Production & Employment Generation through Sustainable Surface Water Management in Bangladesh

Abstract: Food security and surface water management has become a critical need in Bangladesh because of growing demand of food and water. With vision of enhancing food production and employment generation, Local Government Engineering Department (LGED) Bangladesh gets involved at local level surface water management in 1962. As an apex public organization, LGED performs overall […]

Pages: 20 Words: 5950 Topics: Employment, Flood, Food Security, Performance Appraisal, Poverty, Sustainability, Water Resources

Income Inequality and Economic Growth

Chapter 1: Introduction Economic growth is the result of abstention from current consumption. An economy produces a variety of commodities, and then income is generated through sales of products. The very same income is used to buy other products which generate income for other producers. The very same income is used to buy a variety […]

Pages: 29 Words: 8608 Topics: Confucianism, Economic Growth, Economic Inequality, Poverty, Singapore, Tax, Wealth

Albanian Mobile Communications

Albanian Mobile Communications 2. Abstract 3. Introduction 4. Literature review Market segments characteristics. (Demands type) Business and Residential are the main customer segments for Data and Internet services. According to ERG Report on regulation of access products necessary to deliver the business connectivity, business customers distributed with remote branches/offices nationally, tend to order wholesale services […]

Pages: 33 Words: 9907 Topics: Competition, Computer Networking, Economic Growth, European Union, Poverty

Impact of Poverty and Education on Children Development

Reflection Poverty is the state of scarcity or the lack of specific things. Such things may include possessions or money that is essential for humans to make their life better or comfortable. According to Foster and James, poverty is defined as the state of someone who lacks a usual or socially acceptable amount of money […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2350 Topics: Child, Children, Poverty, Poverty Reduction, Research

The Impact of Family Influences

Both Wes Moores were given opportunities at one point in the book, but the author Wes took full advantage of his positive opportunities and his exposure to education. The other Wes wasted opportunities and is sitting in a prison cell right now, partly because of his brother Tony’s influence. The other Wes has negative family […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1131 Topics: Behavior Modification, Child, Mother, Poverty, The Other Wes Moore

The Farmer Must Change

There is an ongoing push of investment and resources into the promotion of conservative agriculture and technology to majority of small holder farmers in African countries, if not all of them. As technology as demonstrated a significant role in the development of agricultural economies in the western world, African countries are still suffering to integrate […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1715 Topics: Africa, Economic Growth, Economy, Farmer, Poverty

World Peace: the United Nations

The United Nations was founded at the end of the second World War in 1945. The United Nations is designed to help resolve problems between nations, solve world’s economic problems, and to bring about lasting world peace. The UN consi sts of 193 countries which is all but two countries in the world today. The […]

Pages: 2 Words: 649 Topics: Foreign Policy, Global Politics, Government, International Relations, Poverty, United Nations, World Peace

Targeted Poverty Alleviation Policy in China

Targeted Poverty Alleviation Policy in China Background/Motivation: The following graph shows the income gap between poor and rich people from 2002 to 2007. As we can see, the income gap between these two groups has widened over time. The government implements the poverty alleviation policy to narrow the income gap and increase social welfare. The […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1607 Topics: Poverty
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