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Africa Development Indicators Africa Development Indicators was a primary World Bank collection of development indicators on Africa, compiled from officially-recognized international sources. No further updates of this database are currently planned. See World Development Indicators for more recent data on Africa. TypeTime seriesPeriodicityAnnualLast Updated22-Feb-2013Economy CoverageMNA, IBRD, SSA, IDA, LMY, HICGranularityNational, RegionalNumber of Economies53TopicTrade, Urban DevelopmentUpdate FrequencyNo further updates plannedContact Detailsdata@worldbank.orgAccess OptionsAPI, Bulk download, Mobile app, Query toolAttribution/citationAfrica Development Indicators, The World BankCoverage1960 - 2012

The National Security Archive Indicadores ODM & Desenvolvimento - UN: Global poverty rate is decreasing but progress is yet to be felt by the most vulnerable in society - Eurostep The UN launched its annual report on the state of progress of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) this week. The report argues that whilst global poverty rates are falling, progress has been uneven and achievement of some of the MDGs is still lagging behind — particularly in the poorest nations. The UN Millennium Development Goals Report 2011 argues there has been huge success in many of the 8 goals. The report states, the overall poverty rate is expected to fall below 15% by 2015 — well below the 23% target set in the MDGs. This would meet the target of the first MDG 1 of halving the proportion of people living on less than $1 day. The majority of progress can be attributed to poverty reduction in China and India, where the number of people living in extreme poverty in both countries fell by roughly 455 million between 1990 and 2005. In addition, there are certain targets that remain difficult to achieve, particularly in light of food and financial crises. Sources:

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Counterfactual Causal Analysis An immense amount of important work has been done in statistics and economics in the past several decades developing a formal counterfactual approach to causal analysis. It is, however, only recently that applied researchers in sociology and the social sciences more generally have begun to use this methods in their research. The purpose of this website is to provide researchers with access to articles that should enable them to more easily use these methods in their own work. PapersAuthors' Personal WebpagesNon-Sociology Resources Papers If you would like to post a paper of yours at this website please contact me at winship@wjh.harvard.edu. Overviews: Methodological Issues: Applications: Authors' Personal Web Pages Non-Sociology Resources Course Web Sites Advanced Topics in Causal Inference Scott R.

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