Poverty Alleviation in Indonesia (An Empirical Review)
AbstractPoverty is one issue that never ends, especially in developing countries. This paper is a study aimed to review of poverty in Indonesia, why does it need a new definition of poverty, indicators of poverty dimensions and poverty reduction strategy. In the end the people's voice, especially the voice of the poor and women, should be heard before the decision-makers when they make decisions and monitor the performance of the services provided to citizens.
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