Asset-based approaches to poverty reduction in a globalized context

an introduction to asset accumulation policy and summary of workshop findings by Moser, Caroline O. N.

Publisher: Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C

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  • Poverty.,
  • Poverty -- Developing countries.,
  • Capital.,
  • Economic assistance.

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Poverty reduction, poverty relief, or poverty alleviation, is a set of measures, both economic and humanitarian, that are intended to permanently lift people out of poverty.. Measures, like those promoted by Henry George in his economics classic Progress and Poverty, are those that raise, or are intended to raise, ways of enabling the poor to create wealth for themselves as a conduit of ending. poverty influences the fundamentals of poverty policies and programs. While different poverty measures have been utilized, little attention has been paid to their comparative outcomes and implications (Blank, ). Over the years, different perspectives regarding poverty influenced government welfare policy toward poverty reduction.   When counselors work in the context of poverty, consideration of the impact of social class inequality in clients' lives is essential to effective practice—as is the impact of inequality within the institutions and agencies where that practice takes place. In this chapter, the authors present the conceptualization of social class inequality from which they work, and then profile the.   In this page, we shall discuss two approaches that view poverty from very different perspectives. One is the well tried and popular basic needs approach (BNA) which views poverty from a ‘consumption deprivation’ angle. It is fairly easy to implement and is ideally suited to tackle abject poverty where people are struggling for survival.

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This working paper provides a brief introduction to asset-based approaches to poverty reduction in a globalized context. The aim is to show the added value of asset-based approaches, Author: Caroline Moser.

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Th e aim is to show the added value of asset-based approaches, in terms of. This working paper provides a brief introduction to asset-based approaches to poverty reduction in a globalized context. The aim is to show the added value of asset-based approaches, in terms of both better understanding poverty and developing more Cited by: This paper provides an introduction to asset-based approaches to poverty reduction in a globalized context.

It shows the added value that asset-based approaches can provide in aiding understanding and thus in developing more appropriate long-term poverty reduction strategies. Asset-based Approaches to Poverty Reduction in a Globalized Context An introduction to asset accumulation policy and summary of workshop findings.

Asset-based Approaches to Sustained Poverty Reduction in a Globalized Context On June 27the Brookings Institution and the Ford Foundation hosted a workshop to discuss asset-based Start Date: Asset-based approaches to poverty reduction in a globalized context.

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Global Economy and Development. The Brookings Institution. Working Paper   This scoping study has two principle objectives. It provides a summary of current poverty reduction strategies of US and UK-based international non-governmental organizations (INGOs) with a.

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Moser, C. () 'Asset-based Approaches to Poverty Reduction in a Globalized Context: An introduction to asset accumulation policy and summary of workshop fi ndings' Working Paper no. The results have revealed that the approach to poverty reduction in social fund-supported communities is a process of development-focused collaboration among various stakeholders.

After all is said and done, a household’s asset portfolio will determine whether growth and poverty reduction can be achieved and sustained over time. The asset-based framework is amendable to different analytical techniques.

UNICEF pursues a human rights approach to poverty reduction because it re-sponds to poverty’s multifaceted nature. This approach can be distinguished from a welfare approach in terms of the relationship between the State, on the one hand, and local communities and individuals, on the other.

In this compilation, local and international scholars turn the spotlight on the state's role in tackling poverty and social exclusion. They explore the difficult questions around how much can be expected of the state in poverty reduction.

What political and cultural dimensions need to be taken into account when considering how it should help shape activity in society. This book addresses this challenge by introducing asset accumulation, both as a conceptual framework and as an operational policy to address poverty reduction in a globalized context.

In the United States, asset building is already well established as an antipoverty strategy (see. These four approaches to poverty have different focuses and note many important aspects of what poverty is.

But we would be reducing it if we were to equate one of those aspects to poverty itself. Rather, the variety of focuses should lead us to conclude first that poverty is not about the lack of one thing, but of many.

This volume grew out of the Brookings Institution-Ford Foundation Workshop on Asset-based Approaches to Poverty Reduction in a Globalized Context, held in Washington, D.C., on June, led by Caroline Moser, and co-hosted by the Ford Foundation.

Includes bibliographical references and index. Subjects. Downloadable. Poverty reduction remains one of the main challenges for Latin America at the end of the 20th century.

Most of the countries in the region are classified as middle income by international standards, and yet they register poverty rates well above what would be expected given their GDP per capita.

The reason for this "excess poverty" lies in the high inequality in the distribution. The asset-based approach considers links between households' productive, social, and locational assets; the policy, institutional, and risk context; household behavior as expressed in livelihood strategies; and well-being outcomes.

Asset-Based Approaches to Poverty Reduction in a Globalized Context. Reducing global poverty: the case for asset accumulation ; [this volume grew out of the Brookings Institution-Ford Foundation Workshop on Asset-Based Approaches to Poverty Reduction in a Globalized Context, held in Washington, DC, on June] Moser, Caroline O.

Abstract. Longitudinal data on household living standards open the way to a deeper analysis of the nature and extent of poverty. While a number of studies have exploited this type of data to distinguish transitory from more chronic forms of income or expenditure poverty, this paper develops an asset-based approach to poverty analysis that makes it possible to distinguish deep-rooted.

The long-term effects of shocks are examined in the context of a traditional pastoral community. The impacts are empirically examined in connection with the micro-level poverty trap hypothesis and. The second was the Brookings Institution-Ford Foundation Workshop on Asset-Based Approaches to Poverty Reduction in a Globalized Context, held in Washington, D.C., on JuneThe workshop employed a methodology developed by Ravi Kanbur () that invites participants to write short, reflective papers in place of the longer, in-depth Price: $ Get this from a library.

Using an asset-based approach to identify drivers of sustainable rural growth and poverty reduction in Central America: a conceptual framework. [Paul Siegel] -- "The asset-based approach considers links between households' productive, social, and locational assets; the policy, institutional, and risk context; household behavior as expressed in livelihood.

Asset-based policy: a new measure to reduce poverty and inequality in Baltic States, QUAERE 2: Laurinavicius, A. Asset-based policy: a new measure to reduce poverty and inequality in Baltic States, Ad Alta: Journal of Interdisciplinary Research 02/ ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: This volume grew out of the Brookings Institution-Ford Foundation Workshop on Asset-based Approaches to Poverty Reduction in a Globalized Context, held in Washington, D.C., on June, led by Caroline Moser, and co-hosted by the Ford Foundation.

poverty.2 World Bank poverty lines are based on official national poverty lines or calculated by World Bank staff based on national income and expenditure surveys. Relative poverty compares the person or household’s income (expenditure) to the income distribution of the country of residence; it is a first indicator of inequality.

As a context. This book addresses this challenge by introducing asset accumulation, both as a con- ceptual framework and as an operational policy to address poverty reduction in a globalized context.

In the.Asset Based Approaches To Poverty Reduction In A Globalized Context: An Introduction To Asset Accumulation Policy And Summary Of Workshop Findings by Caroline O.N. Moser avg rating — 0 ratings — published   There are two strategic approaches to tackling poverty. Strategy 1: raise the incomes of those with low incomes.

Strategy 2: reduce the knock-on effects of having a low income on housing.