At the methodological level, the trend that the aforementioned graph aims to depict is based on a historical comparison of global poverty
rates over a hundred years.
Deaton, Heckman, Stiglitz and their colleagues begin by telling us that global poverty
"remains intractable." This statement reflects and reinforces the gloomy view that we are not making any progress in reducing poverty.
The visa, then, with the promise of mobility that it holds, is one of the few single things that has the greatest capacity to eliminate global poverty
than anything else in the world.
Researchers in the field will find the volume invaluable, not only for the wide range of original research it provides, but also for the wealth of new ideas that it presents on how to eradicate global poverty
and create jobs for the poor in the 21st century.
The lack of interest of the leaders in pointing out issues like global poverty
and hunger crisis at the current UN session has made it necessary for the UN to bring the world leaders on the same page to achieve UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Dr Falk said the challenges in its way were to counter imperialism, injustice, global poverty
, militancy and environmental disaster, adding that radical reforms were needed at institutional level to realize the dream of global governance.
The report details the decline of those living in global poverty
, which is reclassified as living on $1.90 or less a day, to a forecast 9.6 percent of the world's population in 2015 -- a projected 200 million fewer people living in extreme poverty than in 2012.
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"The World Bank projects that global poverty
will have fallen from 902 million people or 12.8 per cent of the global population in 2012 to 702 million people, or 9.6 per cent of the global population" by the end of 2015, the statement said.
"If economic growth of the developing world over the last 15 years was an anomaly, was a blip, then we're in trouble," said Laurence Chandy, a fellow at the Brookings Institution whose research focuses on global poverty
Monahan said he's been inspired by the charitable work of Coldplay's Chris Martin and Hugh Evans of the Global Poverty
Project, which has set a goal to end extreme poverty by 2030.