Nobuo Yoshida is a senior economist in Poverty Reduction and Equity Group (PRMPR) at the World Bank, and holds a Ph.D. in economics from Boston University. His major areas of interest include poverty measurement, small area estimation of poverty, vulnerability and social protection. He was a member of technical working group for creating the World Bank Group’s twin goals and engaged in the evaluation of various options.
- What does it mean to “eradicate extreme poverty” and “halve national poverty” by 2030?
- Reducing inequality by promoting shared prosperity
- Much of the world is deprived of poverty data. Let’s fix this.
- Much of the world is deprived of poverty data. Let’s fix this
- Revolutionizing Data Collection: From “Big Data” to “All Data”
- What Can We Learn from Projecting Poverty for 2030?