Growth, Poverty, and Inequality in Algeria During 1980-2010
Economic growth holds the field of social research. Even now, many researchers agree about indispensability of growth, while others emphasis that it's insufficient until the possibility of coexistence of negative effects is still realized. For example: weaknesses in economic balance (sectors and regions), and enlargement of the gap between society classes mentioned as inequality.
In this paper, descriptive statistics are used to diagnose economic growth, poverty and inequality inAlgeriabased on a policy oriented work looking for a judgment about decisions made to eradicate poverty.
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