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Assessing the distributional impact of public policy
by Poverty Reduction Group, Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Network, World Bank in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Series||Policy research working paper ;, 2883, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 2883.|
|Contributions||World Bank. Poverty Reduction and Economic Management. Poverty Reduction Group.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2002618165|
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Detailed assessment of a range of business cases, equality impact assessments and policy reviews is set in Section of the report. This considers a wide range of projects and programmes of varying value but typically in the range of £1m to £50m. This analysis showed little evidence of distributional analysis as described by HM Treasury. The Distributional Impact of Fiscal Policy in Jordan Shamma Adeeb Alam Dickinson College Gabriela Inchauste this chapter can serve as a benchmark for assessing the equity or distributional Welfare (Research on Economic Inequality Series, Book 10), edited by Yoram Amiel and John A. Bishop, 65– Bingley, U.K.: Emerald Group Author: Shamma Adeeb Alam, Gabriela Inchauste, Umar Serajuddin.
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Poverty Reduction and Economic Management. Poverty Reduction Group.] -- Economic development necessarily changes the welfare of socioeconomic groups to various degrees, depending on differences in their social arrangements.
The challenge for policymakers is to select the. This principle offers a unifying framework for analyzing the socioeconomic impact of public policy by using a wide variety of evaluation functions, inequality indicators (like the extended Gini coefficient), and poverty indices (such as Sen's index and the members of the Foster-Greer-Thorbecke family).
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The success of public policies often turns on their distributional impacts. Policy analyses often compare inequality before and after the policy change, but such global estimates are sensitive to.
In the end, the question is an empirical one, unlikely to yield to any simple generalization across countries and over time. Thus, understanding the distributional impact of privatization requires an assessment of real cases, and the setting of those cases in the larger context of their political as well as economic environment and maybom247.com by: The decarbonisation of the UK economy requires a myriad of policies that inherently produce winners and loser across society.
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Browning. Distributional Impact Analysis and Public Policy-making. Front Matter. Pages PDF. Winners and Losers: Assessing the Distributional Impact of Privatization Article in SSRN Electronic Journal · January with 14 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Measuring the distributional impact of public service cuts Cormac O’Dea and Ian Preston (IFS) Summary • The fiscal tightening currently under way will rely on cuts to spending on public services to a greater extent than on cuts to social security spending or increases in taxation. The Distributional Impact of Public Services When Needs Differ* Despite a broad consensus on the need to take into account the value of public services in distributional analysis, there is little reliable evidence on how the inclusion of such non-cash income actually affects poverty and inequality estimates.
In particular, the equivalence scales. The distributional impact of public services in European countries income, expenditures and material deprivation.
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Assessing the Distributional Impact of Privatization by Nancy Birdsall and John Nellis* Center for Global Development The predominant view is that we cannot say anything about income distribution as maybom247.com set up a standard, we can proceed to make policy judgments based on.
in his book on Public Policy Analysis argues that policy analysis is partly descriptive and relies policy choices in the public sector.
The Policy Analysis process generally involves performing impact studies as they are concerned with analyzing the impact policies have on the population. Evaluation studies may be either descriptive or. This book, a collection of articles and papers, reviews techniques and tools that can be used to evaluate the poverty and distributional impact of economic policy choices.
Following are its contents:Cited by: Assessing the Impacts of Public Participation: Concepts, Evidence, and Policy Implications i Canadian Policy Research Networks is a not-for-profit organization. Our mission is to help make Canada a more just, prosperous and caring society.
We seek to do this through. This paper focuses on distributional or outcome justice and explores what implications follow when the distributional concerns of environmental justice are included in the practice of impact assessment processes, including through social impact assessment (SIA).
Jul 01, · Assessing the impact of proposed new policies. Impact Assessments, used to assess the need for and the likely impact of proposed government policy interventions, do not yet consistently provide a sound basis for assessing the merits of different policy proposals.
Using household survey data, this paper estimates the redistributive effect of fiscal policy on income distribution and poverty in Albania, assessing the individual and combined effects of taxes and public social spending. The findings show that the fiscal system in Albania plays a positive role in.
Abstract. Over the past 20 years economists, political scientists, sociologists, and other social scientists have put substantial effort into examining the different kinds of ‘distributional impacts’ of Cited by: 1.
Poverty and Social Impact Analysis(World Bank ).She is the coeditor (with Stefano Paternostro) of Analyzing the Distributional Impact of Reforms,volume one,on guidance for the PSIA in selected sectors (World Bank ),and coeditor (with Anis maybom247.com and Stefano Paternostro) of Poverty and Social Impact Analysis ofReforms: Lessons and.Assessing the distributional environmental justice implications of street tree benefits in Barcelona.
Our findings also suggest that street trees can have a relevant redistributive impact in the provision of regulating ES considering the whole UGI distribution in compact cities.
Lessons for urban green infrastructure policy and maybom247.com: Francesc Baró, Amalia Calderón-Argelich, Johannes Langemeyer, James J.T. Connolly.If distributional impacts need to be addressed for political reasons, this should not undermine the environmental effectiveness and economic efficiency of the environmental policy measure.
In summary, all public policies have distributional implications, and environmental policy is no exception. Ensuring that.