Andy Sumner
Andy Sumner
Professor of International Development, King's College London
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Where do the poor live?
A Sumner
World Development 40 (5), 865-877, 2012
574*2012
International development studies: Theories and methods in research and practice
A Sumner, MA Tribe
Sage, 2008
4392008
Inequality and the tails: the Palma proposition and ratio
A Cobham, L Schlögl, A Sumner
Global Policy 7 (1), 25-36, 2016
250*2016
Poor countries or poor people? Development assistance and the new geography of global poverty
R Kanbur, A Sumner
Journal of International Development 24 (6), 686-695, 2012
2482012
Poor countries or poor people? Development assistance and the new geography of global poverty
R Kanbur, A Sumner
Journal of International Development 24 (6), 686-695, 2012
2482012
Global health and the new bottom billion: what do shifts in global poverty and disease burden mean for donor agencies?
A Glassman, D Duran, A Sumner
Global Policy 4 (1), 1-14, 2013
221*2013
Estimates of the Impact of COVID-19 on Global Poverty
A Sumner, C Hoy, E Ortiz-Juarez
United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research, 2020
2132020
Economic Well-being and Non-economic Well-being
A Sumner
Understanding Human Well-Being. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan, 2006
140*2006
Is foreign direct investment good for the poor? A review and stocktake
A Sumner
Development in Practice 15 (3-4), 269-285, 2005
1292005
Beyond business as usual: what might 3‐D wellbeing contribute to MDG momentum?
A McGregor, A Sumner
IDS Bulletin 41 (1), 104-112, 2010
1202010
Where do the world's poor live? A new update
A Sumner
IDS Working Papers 2012 (393), 1-27, 2012
1182012
Does mixed methods research matter to understanding childhood well-being?
N Jones, A Sumner
Social Indicators Research 90 (1), 33-50, 2009
1122009
The future of foreign aid: development cooperation and the new geography of global poverty
A Sumner, R Mallett
Springer, 2012
1022012
More money or more development: what have the MDGs achieved?
C Kenny, A Sumner
Center for Global Development working paper, 2011
962011
More money or more development: what have the MDGs achieved?
C Kenny, A Sumner
Center for Global Development working paper, 2011
962011
Putting the Gini back in the bottle?‘The Palma’as a policy-relevant measure of inequality
A Cobham, A Sumner, A Cornia, S Dercon, L Engberg-pedersen, ...
872013
Meaning versus measurement: why do ‘economic’indicators of poverty still predominate?
A Sumner
Development in practice 17 (1), 4-13, 2007
872007
MDGs 2.0: What goals, targets, and timeframe?
J Karver, C Kenny, A Sumner
IDS Working Papers 2012 (398), 1-57, 2012
812012
Twenty years of expenditure inequality in Indonesia, 1993–2013
AA Yusuf, A Sumner, IA Rum
Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies 50 (2), 243-254, 2014
792014
Estimating the scale and geography of global poverty now and in the future: How much difference do method and assumptions make?
P Edward, A Sumner
World Development 58, 67-82, 2014
77*2014
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