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Addressing regional inequality issues in Bangladesh public expenditure

Chowdhury Shameem Mahmoud

Addressing regional inequality issues in Bangladesh public expenditure

by Chowdhury Shameem Mahmoud

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Published by Centre for Policy Dialogue in Dhaka .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Finance, Public -- Bangladesh,
  • Bangladesh -- Economic conditions -- Regional disparities

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 32).

    StatementChowdhury Shameem Mahmoud, Syed Naimul Wadood, Kazi Sabbir Ahmed.
    SeriesCPD occasional paper series -- 71
    ContributionsNaimul Wadood, Syed., Ahmed, Kazi Sabbir., Centre for Policy Dialogue (Bangladesh)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC440.8.A5-.Z6 (H17)+
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 33 p. ;
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23576473M
    LC Control Number2009311615

      Scandinavian countries like Sweden and Norway spend even higher ( per cent and per cent of the GDP). Public spending in Bangladesh on health is similarly very low (only per cent of the GDP). Additionally, research has showed that there are substantial issues with the quality and equity aspects of public spending on health and education. "Addressing Regional Inequality Issues in Bangladesh Public Expenditure," MPRA Paper , University Library of Munich, Germany. Maksym Ivanyna & Anwar Shah, " Citizen-centric Governance Indicators: Measuring and Monitoring Governance by Listening to the People," CESifo Forum, ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at.

    The Gini coefficient for Bangladesh fluctuates around the trend line, but the overall trend is downward declining from in to in indicating declining income inequality. But a much clearer picture of income distribution emerges when one looks at the income distribution between the poorest 10 per cent and the richest 10 per cent. "Addressing Regional Inequality Issues in Bangladesh Public Expenditure," MPRA Paper , University Library of Munich, Germany. Chowdhury Shameem Mahmoud & Syed Naimul Wadood & Kazi Sabbir Ahmed, "Addressing Regional Inequality Issues in Bangladesh Public Expenditure," CPD Working Pa Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD).

    Growth, Poverty, and Inequality: A Regional Panel for Bangladesh Quentin T. Wodon1 Ap Preliminary; not to be quoted Abstract Most of the empirical work on the impact of growth on poverty and inequality has been based on international panel data sets. Yet panels can also be used within a single country provided the analysis is. Syed Naimul Wadood () is Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Dhaka (Dhaka, Bangladesh). Faculty at DU since Obtained PhD in .


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One feature of this development is, however, less assuring. Regional analysis of poverty incidences shows that reduction rate is not equal across the country, rather the situation is worsening in some cases. Such picture reflects an unequal progress in overall economic activity throughout the country.

Trend analysis of district-wise public expenditure in Bangladesh Although poverty in Bangladesh has steadily fallen sinceand fell by 10 percent between andregional analysis indicates that poverty reduction has not been uniform across the country and in some places, poverty appears to have increased.

Addressing Regional Inequality Issues in Bangladesh Public Expenditure. The present paper titled Addressing Regional Inequality Issues in Bangladesh Public Expenditure has been prepared under the CPD-UNDP collaboration programme on Pro-Poor Macroeconomic Policies which is aimed at developing pro-poor macroeconomic policies in the context of Bangladesh through research and dissemination.

The research. Regional Inequality Issue s in Bangladesh Public Expenditure Allocation” under the “Pro- Poor Macroeconomic Policy” initiative. The team acknowledges with appreciation technical.

Addressing Regional Inequality Issues in Bangladesh Public Expenditure This paper examines the declared public investments made under the ADP and seeks to answer whether the public expenditure in Bangladesh successfully addresses the regional income inequality problem, and the nature of political biasness of such allocation.

The public expenditure allocation in Bangladesh has played a substantial role in improvements of physical infrastructure, health, education, community development, etc. during the recent decades. There have been allegations that inequality in the distribution of political power has often led to some extent to a disproportionate public spending, which in turn may hinder prospects of poverty reduction.

The research team thanks the Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) for co-sponsoring this research project titled “Addressing Regional Inequality Issues in Bangladesh Public Expenditure Allocation” under the “Pro- Poor Macroeconomic Policy” initiative.

This paper examines the declared public investments made under the ADP and seeks to answer whether the public expenditure in Bangladesh successfully addresses the regional income inequality problem, and the nature of political biasness of such allocation.

Paper 71 – Addressing Regional Inequality Issues in Bangladesh Public Expenditure. Sarwar T+ November 1st, | CPD Working Paper Series, Poverty, Inequality and Social Justice, Working Papers |. Poverty and Inequality in Bangladesh 3 | Page Table of Contents Page No.

Executive Summary: 5 Introduction: 9 Methodology: 9 Incidence of Poverty: 9 Divisional Disparity of Poverty: 10 Household Income and Expenditure: 11 Depth and Severity of Poverty: 13 Inequality in Income: 14 Population under Poverty Line: 14File Size: KB.

In summary, the study provides evidence of some in-built regional inequality features within the public expenditure allocation in Bangladesh in association with the political favoritism issues involved in a supposedly parliamentary democratic system.

Abstract. The public expenditure allocation in Bangladesh has played a substantial role in improvements of physical infrastructure, health, education, community development, etc. Addressing the Challenge of Income Inequality in Bangladesh Sadiq Ahmed1 The substantial reduction in poverty in Bangladesh since independence is a cause for celebration.

A major reason for this decline in poverty is the rising per capita income, growing from less than 2% per year in the s to around 5% per year in the s. Scandinavian countries like Sweden and Norway spend even higher ( per cent and per cent of the GDP).

Public spending in Bangladesh on health is similarly very low (only per cent of the GDP). Additionally, research has showed that there are substantial issues with the quality and equity aspects of public spending on health and education.

Addressing Regional Inequality Issues in Bangladesh Public Expenditure The public expenditure allocation in Bangladesh has played a substantial role in improvements of physical infrastructure, health, education, community development, etc. during the recent decades. The current study aims to examine the research question of whether regional inequality issues are properly addressed within the framework of the public expenditure allocation in Bangladesh during the recent years and if not, whether this has been influenced by some other considerations, which are mainly political by nature.

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Addressing our growing inequality using fiscal policy in Bangladesh, public expenditure in proportion to GDP is the lowest in the world. the government’s social protection programmes are. Chowdhury Shameem Mahmoud's 3 research works with 9 citations and reads, including: Dynamics of Market Share in Microfinance: Evidences from Bangladesh.Regional analysis of poverty incidences shows that reduction rate is not equal across the country, rather the situation is worsening in some cases.

Such picture reflects an unequal progress in overall economic activity throughout the desh, Regional Inequality, public expenditure.Addressing Regional Inequality Issues in Bangladesh Public Expenditure Development Economics Working Papers, East Asian Bureau of Economic Research Also in MPRA Paper, University Library of Munich, Germany ().