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Poverty and Social Impact Analysis of Reform : Lessons and Examples from Implementation

ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTING AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURAL GROWTH AGRICULTURAL POLICY ANALYTICAL TOOLS ANALYTICAL WORK ARID TROPICS AUDITING BASIC EDUCATION BASIC INFRASTRUCTURE BENEFIT INCIDENCE BLOCK GRANTS CASH TRANSFER CASH TRANSFER PROGRAMS COLLECTIVE LAND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COUNTRY CAPACITY DATA COLLECTION DATA COLLECTION METHODS DEBT DECENTRALIZATION DESIGN OF POLICY DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DEVELOPMENT POLICIES DEVELOPMENT POLICY DISSEMINATION DISTRIBUTIONAL IMPACT DISTRIBUTIONAL IMPACTS DROPOUT ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS ECONOMETRIC MODEL ECONOMETRICS ECONOMIC ANALYSIS ECONOMIC POLICIES ECONOMIC RESEARCH ECONOMIC SHOCKS ECONOMICS EX-COMBATANTS EXCISE TAXES EXTERNAL PARTNERS FAMINE FARMLAND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE FINANCIAL RESOURCES FISCAL POLICY FOOD POLICY FOOD SECURITY GENDER ISSUES HIPC HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURE HOUSEHOLD INCOME HOUSEHOLD SURVEY HOUSEHOLD WELFARE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT IHS ILLEGAL CONNECTIONS IMPACT EVALUATION INCIDENCE OF BENEFITS INCOME DISTRIBUTION INCOME DYNAMICS INCOME GROUPS INCOME INEQUALITY INCOME TAX INFLATION INFORMATION SOURCES INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS INSTITUTIONAL REFORMS INTERNATIONAL FOOD POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION LABOR MARKET LABOR MARKETS LAND TENURE LATIN AMERICAN LEGAL STATUS LOCAL PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES MACROECONOMIC FRAMEWORK MACROECONOMICS MALARIA MARKET REFORMS MIDDLE EAST MINISTRY OF EDUCATION MONITORING TOOLS NORTH AFRICA NUTRITION OPERATIONAL WORK PENSIONS PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION POLICY DIALOGUE POLICY MAKERS POLICY RESEARCH POLITICAL ECONOMY POLITICAL SCIENCE POOR POST-REFORM POVERTY ANALYSIS POVERTY ASSESSMENTS POVERTY GROUP POVERTY INCIDENCE POVERTY LEVELS POVERTY PROGRAMS POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION OBJECTIVES POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY POVERTY REDUCTION SUPPORT POVERTY STATUS PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIVATE MANAGEMENT PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATIZATION PUBLIC ECONOMICS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC POLICY REGIONAL LOCATION REGIONAL POVERTY RESOURCE ALLOCATION REVENUE SOURCES RURAL RURAL ACCESS SANITATION SEWAGE SOCIAL ANALYSIS SOCIAL ANALYSIS SOURCEBOOK SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT GROUP SOCIAL IMPACT SOCIAL IMPACT ANALYSIS SOCIAL IMPACTS SOCIAL IMPACTS OF POLICY SOCIAL IMPACTS OF POLICY REFORMS SOCIAL INCLUSION SOCIAL POLICY SOCIAL PROGRAMS SOCIAL PROTECTION SOCIAL SECTOR SOCIAL SECTOR EXPENDITURES SOCIAL WELFARE SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA SUBSIDIARY SUPPLY NETWORKS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TARGETED TRANSFER PROGRAMS TARGETING TAX REFORM TAXATION TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICAL EDUCATION TECHNICAL TRAINING TRANSFER PROGRAMS UNEMPLOYMENT URBAN AREAS VOCATIONAL EDUCATION VULNERABLE GROUPS WAGES WATER SUPPLY WORK EXPERIENCE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
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Washington, DC: World Bank
Africa | Europe and Central Asia | Latin America & Caribbean | South Asia | Eastern Europe | Central Asia | Malawi | Tanzania | Tajikistan | Romania | Ghana | Rwanda | Albania | Mozambique | Sri Lanka | Nicaragua | Burkina Faso | Romania | Albania
2012-06-05T16:15:02Z | 2012-06-05T16:15:02Z | 2006

Poverty and Social Impact Analysis (PSIA) is an approach used increasingly by governments, civil society organizations, the World Bank, and other development partners to examine the distributional impacts of policy reforms on the well-being of different stakeholders groups, particularly the poor and vulnerable. PSIA has an important role in the elaboration and implementation of poverty reduction strategies in developing countries because it promotes evidence-based policy choices and fosters debate on policy reform options. This publication presents a collection of case studies that illustrate the spectrum of sectors and policy reforms to which PSIA can be applied; it also elaborates on the broad range of analytical tools and techniques that can be used for PSIA. The case studies provide examples of the impact that PSIA can have on the design of policy reforms and draw operational lessons for PSIA implementation. The case studies deal largely with policy reforms in a single sector, such as agriculture (crop marketing boards in Malawi and Tanzania and cotton privatization in Tajikistan); energy (mining sector in Romania and oil subsidies in Ghana); utilities (power sector reform in Ghana, Rwanda, and transition economies, and water sector reform in Albania); social sectors (education reform in Mozambique and social welfare reform in Sri Lanka); taxation reform (Nicaragua); as well as macroeconomic modeling (Burkina Faso).

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