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SAM Multiplier and its Application to Total Poverty Gap

durongkaveroj, wannaphong (2014): SAM Multiplier and its Application to Total Poverty Gap.

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The purpose of this study was to present an application of SAM multiplier to Total Poverty Gap using simulation and speculation method. Also, an appropriate trade policy was derived in each region aimed at reducing poverty. The results revealed that income level and exogenous macroeconomic shock were an important factor in getting the poor out of destitution. Moreover, to reduce poverty, meat sector should be strongly supported to be exported commodity in North America, Latin America, and EU25. Additionally, processed food sector should be encouraged in Oceania, Southeast Asia, and South Asia. Light manufacturing products should be promoted in East Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. And Middle East and North Africa can reduce its poverty through an increase in heavy manufacturing sector

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