Date Published:
Jun 01, 2002
Category:
Discussion Papers
Focus Area(s):
Code:
DP 2002-21

This paper reviews the literature and evidence on the population and poverty nexus. The paper situates the role of demographic changes in development, in general, and poverty alleviation, in particular. It then presents the policy implications of the findings for the Philippines. It emphasizes that better fertility management is a critical component in any poverty alleviation package.

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This publication has been cited 13 times

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  11. Racelis, Rachel H. and J.M Ian S. Salas. 2007. Measuring economic lifecycle and flows across population age groups: Data and methods in the application of the NTA in the Philippines. Development Economics Working Papers 22682. East Asian Bureau of Economic Research.
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