The ambitious Patterns of Potential Human Progress series was inspired by the United Nations Human Development Reports, the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and other initiatives to improve the global human condition. The foundational element of those initiatives, reducing poverty worldwide, is the focus of this book, the first volume in the PPHP series.
Reducing Global Poverty uses a large-scale computer program called International Futures (IFs), developed over three decades and based and the Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures within the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver. The book presents the most extensive set of forecasts of global and country-level poverty ever made, providing and exploring a massive multi-issue database and a wide range of scenarios. The forecasts are long term, looking 50 years into the future, thereby anticipating the need of the global community to think well beyond the MDGs.
PPHP 1: Reducing Global Poverty
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Base Case End Tables Using IFs Version 7.02: Base Case End Tables_7.02.xlsx
Alternate Scenario 1 End Tables Using IFs Version 7.02: Poverty Combined Domestic Interventions.xlsx
Alternate Scenario 2 End Tables Using IFs Version 7.02: Poverty Combined International Interventions.xlsx
Alternate Scenario 3 End Tables Using IFs Version 7.02: Poverty Combined Domestic and International Interventions
Summary Scenario Annotations, All PPHP Volumes: PPHP Summary Scenario Annotations
Detailed Scenario Annotations, All PPHP Volumes: PPHP Detailed Scenario Annotations