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Are returns to investment lower for the poor?

Dominique Van de Walle

Are returns to investment lower for the poor?

human and physical capital interactions in rural Vietnam

by Dominique Van de Walle

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Vietnam.
    • Subjects:
    • Farm income -- Vietnam.,
    • Crops -- Vietnam.,
    • Irrigation -- Vietnam.,
    • Education -- Vietnam.

    • About the Edition

      Unless disparities in education are addressed, market-oriented reforms will generate inequitable agricultural growth in Vietnam.

      Edition Notes

      StatementDominique van de Walle ; World Bank, Development Research Group, Public Economics.
      SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 2425, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 2425.
      ContributionsWorld Bank. Development Research Group. Public Economics.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3669375M
      LC Control Number2002616213

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Are returns to investment lower for the poor? by Dominique Van de Walle Download PDF EPUB FB2

If, as is common, the income-poor are less educated because of failures in the credit market and because they live in areas where there is less access to schooling, then the poor will also have lower returns on investments.

Van de Walle tests this argument for the. Get this from a library. Are returns to investment lower for the poor?: human and physical capital interactions in rural Vietnam. [Dominique Van de Walle; World Bank.

Development Research Group. Public Economics.] -- Unless disparities in education are addressed, market-oriented reforms will generate inequitable agricultural growth in Vietnam. The knowledge-poor will have lower returns from investment in irriga tion. Quorum Book s.

van de Walle, Dom inique. “Is the Em erging Non-Farm Market Econom y the Route out of. Are returns to investment lower for the poor. Human and physical capital interactions in rural Viet Nam (English) Abstract. If the marginal gains from investment in physical capital depend positively on knowledge, but a household cannot hire skilled labor to compensate for low skills, then even if it has access to credit, the household will achieve lower returns than an educated.

Downloadable (with restrictions). If the gains from investment depend on knowledge, but households cannot hire skills, then poorly educated households will achieve lower returns than educated ones. If the income-poor are less well educated, then they will also have lower returns to investment.

The paper tests this argument for the case of irrigation in Vietnam, a setting where existing. However, [13] found that the poor in rural Vietnam obtained a lower rate of return on education investment and became even poorer.

[14] argued that, if not fully integrated with other public. of return to investment. If these are the non-poor, then an inequitable growth process will result. By contrast, if in fact the poor get higher returns, growth promoting reforms will tend to be inequality reducing. An argument as to why we might expect the poor to obtain lower returns to investment can be sketched as follows.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): If the marginal gains from investment in physical capital depend positively on knowledge, but a household cannot hire skilled labor to compensate for low skills, then even if it has access to credit, the household will achieve lower returns than an educated household.

Follow World Bank Publications on Facebook, Twitter or Linked-InFacebook, Twitter or Linked-In. If, as is common, the income-poor are less well educated because of credit market failure and living in areas with worse access to schooling, then the poor will also have lower returns to investments.

The paper tests this argument for the case of irrigation infrastructure in Vietnam. If the gains from investment depend on knowledge, but households cannot hire skills, then poorly educated households will achieve lower returns than educated ones.

If the income‐poor are less well educated, then they will also have lower returns to investment. The paper tests this argument for the case of irrigation in Vietnam, a setting where existing irrigation can be treated as exogenous. If, as is common, the income-poor are less well educated because of credit market failure and living in areas with worse access to schooling, then the poor will also have lower returns to investment.

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