عنوان مقاله [English]
In this study, the relationship between the three concepts of development, namely poverty, inequality and growth, has been examined the indicators of pro-poor growth (Kakwani & Pernia (2000) and Kakwani & Sun (2003) indicators) in 9 countries Islamic, using from the last Available data from the PovcalNet Information Base and Distributive Analysis Stata Package. The main purpose of this research is to examine the growth of nature without regard to the determinants factors of growth. The results for country Kazakhstan (2001-2006, 2006-2006, and 2010-2010) indicate that growth has led to a reduction poverty as well as a real reduction in the inequality between the poor and the rich, which reflects a highly pro-poor growth. Country Tajikistan (2004-1999) has also experienced the most poverty reduction. The results show that despite the positive growth experience in Tajikistan (2009-2015) and Turkey (2006-2002), the nature of growth was the anti-poor by measuring various poverty indicators. Also, the nature of the growth in Iran in the 2014-2006 period was based on indicators as pro-poor growth index (PPGI) and the poverty equiva-lent growth rate (PEGR), respectively, Anti-poor and pro-poor growth. In general, the results of the research showed that growth in Islamic countries can not be regarded as a relative pro-poor growth. If the pro-poor growth is measured by different poverty indicators, people close to the poverty line will benefit from the benefits of more growth than those who live beyond the poverty line (the poorest poor).