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Coping with Conflict? Poverty and Inclusion in the West Bank and Gaza

ABSENTEEISM ACCESS TO INFRASTRUCTURE ACCESS TO MARKETS ACCESS TO SERVICES ACCOUNTING AGE GROUPS AGRICULTURAL SECTOR AGRICULTURAL WORKERS ARREARS AUTONOMY AVERAGE UNEMPLOYMENT AVERAGE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE CAPACITY BUILDING CAPITAL BASE CAPITAL INVESTMENTS CASH TRANSFER CASH TRANSFER PROGRAM CHILD NUTRITION CONSUMER GOODS CONSUMER PRICE INDEX CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURES CONSUMPTION POVERTY CURRENCY DECLINE IN POVERTY DECLINE IN POVERTY RATES DETERMINANTS OF POVERTY DIMENSIONS OF POVERTY DISADVANTAGED AREAS DRIVERS DURABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC POLICIES ECONOMIC SHOCK ECONOMIC SHOCKS EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT GROWTH EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYMENT PROSPECTS EMPLOYMENT STATUS EQUIPMENT EQUITABLE ACCESS EXCHANGE RATE EXPENDITURE FEMALE LABOR FEMALE LABOR FORCE FIRM SURVEY GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCE GOVERNMENT REVENUES GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT RATES HOUSEHOLD CHARACTERISTICS HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION HOUSEHOLD HEAD HOUSEHOLD HEADS HOUSEHOLD SIZE HOUSEHOLD WEALTH HOUSEHOLD WELFARE HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INCIDENCE OF POVERTY INFORMAL SECTOR INFORMATION SYSTEM INTERNATIONAL BANK INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS INVESTING INVESTMENT CLIMATE INVESTMENT PROJECTS JOB CREATION JOB LOSS JOBS LABOR COSTS LABOR DEMAND LABOR FORCE LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION LABOR MARKET LABOR MARKET INDICATORS LABOR MARKET OUTCOMES LABOR MOBILITY LABOR PRODUCTIVITY LIFE EXPECTANCY LONG-TERM INVESTMENTS MALNUTRITION MARKET ACCESS MEASUREMENT OF POVERTY MOBILITY OF LABOR MONETARY FUND NATIONAL POVERTY NUTRITION OCCUPATION PENALTIES POLITICAL STABILITY POLITICAL UNCERTAINTY POOR BENEFICIARIES POOR HOUSEHOLDS POOR POPULATION POVERTY ALLEVIATION POVERTY ANALYSIS POVERTY ASSESSMENT POVERTY ESTIMATES POVERTY IMPACT POVERTY INCIDENCE POVERTY LINE POVERTY LINES POVERTY MAPS POVERTY MEASUREMENT POVERTY PROFILE POVERTY RATE POVERTY RATES POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION IMPACT POVERTY RISK POVERTY SERIES POVERTY STATUS PRICE VOLATILITY PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR JOB PRIVATE SECTOR JOBS PRIVATE SECTOR WAGES PRIVATE SERVICES PRODUCTIVITY PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC SECTOR EMPLOYEES PUBLIC SECTOR EMPLOYMENT PUBLIC SECTOR JOBS PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION PURCHASING POWER REAL WAGES REDUCTION IN POVERTY REDUCTION OF POVERTY REGIONAL DISPARITIES REMITTANCES RETURN RETURNS RISK FACTORS SAFETY NET SAFETY NETS SALARIED WORKERS SCHOOL AGE POPULATION SCHOOL ATTENDANCE SCHOOLING SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION SELF-EMPLOYMENT SERVICE SECTOR SETTLEMENT SKILLED WORKERS SOVEREIGN ENTITY SPATIAL ANALYSIS SPATIAL DIMENSIONS SPATIAL DISPARITY SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION SPATIAL PATTERNS TAX TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TRADE FLOWS TRADING TRANSACTION TRANSACTION COSTS TRANSPARENCY TRANSPORT UNEMPLOYED UNEMPLOYED YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT UNEMPLOYMENT LEVELS UNEMPLOYMENT RATES VALUATIONS VEGETABLES VULNERABLE GROUPS WAGE GAP WAGE GROWTH WAGE PREMIUM WAGES WELFARE IMPLICATIONS WORK EXPERIENCE WORKERS YOUTH LABOR YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT RATE
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World Bank
Middle East and North Africa | Middle East | West Bank and Gaza
2012-03-19T10:13:12Z | 2012-03-19T10:13:12Z | 2011-07-29

The prevailing reality in the West Bank and Gaza, with its profound dependence on international aid and Israel, the stifling man-made regime of internal and external barriers to mobility, and the limited say on its economic policies and trade, is unique in the world. This report provides a detailed analysis of poverty and its close and enduring links with labor market outcomes and restrictions on the movement of goods and people in the West Bank and Gaza. The overarching objective of the report is to understand the trends in and determinants of poverty in the context of the ongoing conflict and closure regime. Covering the period after the second Intifada, this report is the first major analysis of poverty in the West Bank and Gaza since 2001, and unique in its use of multiple data sources, building a comprehensive and current picture of the economic and social well being of the Palestinian people. The dominant narrative of this report is one of divergence in important dimensions of poverty, growth and welfare between the West Bank and Gaza.

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