Search - List of Books by Martin Ravallion
Martin Ravallion, born 1952, is an Australian economist who is currently director of the research department at the World Bank. He is best known for his extensive research on poverty in developing countries and on policies for fighting poverty. In 1990 he proposed what has come to be known as the “$1 a day” poverty line, and since then he and his colleagues at the Bank have been monitoring progress against global poverty by this and other measures. He has advised numerous governments and international agencies and written three books and 200 papers in scholarly journals and edited volumes.
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