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Global Poverty And The ‘New Bottom Billion’: What If Three-Quarters Of The World’s Poor Live In Middle-Income Countries?

Published on 1 March 2010

The pattern of global poverty has changed over the past two decades. Most of the world’s poorest people – or a ‘new bottom billion’ – are now found not in the poorest countries, but in middle-income countries.

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IDS
authors
Sumner, A.
journal
IDS Research Summary of IDS Working Paper, issue 349

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