This study seeks to highlight the level of income inequality in Kenya and its implications on various poverty reduction policies. The 2003 Kenya SAM is used to develop a multiplier simulation model which tracks the linkages among demand-driven shocks and economic growth, income generation, and income distribution for different economic groups.
Source / Citation
Gakuru, W. R. and Mathenge, N. M., 2012. Poverty, Growth, and Income Distribution in Kenya: A SAM Perspective. AGRODEP Working Paper 0001. Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute.