Keywords: Poverty Estimation, Developing Countries
Maqola muallifi haqida
* PhD,U.Vosikov Kimyo International University in Tashkent
* This paper provides a comprehensive analysis of various methods used to estimate poverty in developing countries. The comparison of different approaches, including the income method, consumption method, and multidimensional poverty index, underscores the significance of nuanced poverty measurement for effective policy development and poverty reduction strategies
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