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Institutional pathways to equity; addressing inequality traps.


Institutional pathways to equity; addressing inequality traps.

Ed. by Anthony J. Bebbington et al.

The World Bank


255 pages



New frontiers of social policy


Bebbington (School for Environment and Development, U. of Manchester) and his co-editors and authors examine current discussions on the issues of inequality, poverty, and growth. It also highlights the importance of inequality, institutional change through social mobilization, and change accomplished through state policies. These issues are discussed within the context of some of the world's poorest areas such as sections of India, Ecuador, and Bolivia.

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Date:Aug 1, 2008
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