Note: We are grateful for highly insightful and helpful comments by Erik Thorbecke, Jeff Round, and two anonymous reviewers. The usual caveats apply. Financial support for this research through the Danish Consultative Research Committee for Development Research (FFU) is acknowledged.
Poverty Reduction and Economic Structure: Comparative Path Analysis for Mozambique and Vietnam
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Arndt, C., Garcia, A., Tarp, F. and Thurlow, J. (2012), Poverty Reduction and Economic Structure: Comparative Path Analysis for Mozambique and Vietnam. Review of Income and Wealth, 58: 742–763. doi: 10.1111/j.1475-4991.2011.00474.x
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