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My Favorite Number: 77 Reasons We Need Poverty Data

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For an engaging pair of digit-loving World Bank economists, the number 77 brings up mixed emotions. That’s how many countries lack data on those living in poverty. Watch our intrepid economists explain why that’s bad news, and share their ideas on how to decrease the number 77 down to, oh say zero?
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TJ Bryan (2 years ago)
Tonga (one of the 29 countries without data points), does not always define poverty as a lack of monetary wealth, but of social capitol, integration and knowledge. This is most probably why Tonga refuses to take part in such subjective surveys.
Londrell Davis (2 years ago)
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Jaeuoong KIM (3 years ago)
Already South Korea government has published a lot of data of poverty. World Bank will collect more information from Ministry of Strategy and Finance of South Korea.
John Smith (3 years ago)
my favorite n0mber is Bitcoin
Abdul Mannan (3 years ago)
Good Promo for World Bank. Buy I wonder what made them select Bangladesh as a point of reference. May be the world bank is not very happy because the economic meltdown of 2006 did not affect Bangladesh much. The Great Depression of 1930s did not hit Soviet Union or the the rest of the world. World Bank was not happy either. Umar looks good.
surayya jahan (3 years ago)
Good job guys - good to see Umar in action.

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