Country Differences In The Attainment of Goal One of The United Nations Millenium Development Goals Across Developing Countries: The Case of Uganda and Indonesia

Dwi Wulandari, Sebyala Mubaraka


Millennium development goals are in line with the development theory (Greg, Hulme & Turner, 2007). The pace at which nations are on track to achieve the millennium development goals seems to be different across nations. The pace at which different countries have attained the MDGs is quite different. This article shows that at a 5% significance level, the population growth rates, the levels of corruption and government expenditure on agriculture have varying effects on the attainment of MDG one in Uganda and Indonesia.

Keywords: Millennium Development Goals, Poverty and Hunger, agricultural expenditure, corruption, corruption perception index and population growth

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