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Selective readings in urban poverty alleviation.

Selective readings in urban poverty alleviation.

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Published by National Resource Centre on Urban Poverty, Regional Centre for Urban & Environmental Studies of All India Institute of Local Self-Government, Mumbai in Mumbai .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Urban poor -- Government policy -- India,
  • Poverty -- Government policy -- India,
  • Economic assistance, Domestic -- India

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsNational Resource Centre on Urban Poverty (India), All-India Institute of Local Self-Government., Regional Centre for Urban and Environmental Studies (Bombay, India), United Nations Development Programme., GOI-UNDP Project "National Strategy for the Urban Poor".
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC440.A-ZP6 (H15)+
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23616323M
    LC Control Number2009346178

    Revised year after year, now into its 24th Edition, this unique book is widely accepted as the core text for graduate / post-graduate courses in Indian economy, in various universities across India.   The book is essentially, a collection of select articles by some of India’s topmost economists and experts. 4 Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation and Report of the Pranab Sen Committee on Slum Statistics (). This amount is much larger than the File Size: 2MB.

    Stephen A. Vosti and Thomas Reardon's book, Sustainability, Growth, and Poverty Alleviation, contains papers whose overall theme is the link between sustainability, growth, and the alleviation of poverty. How policies, technologies, institutions, population growth, and climate change condition these links is also examined. Journal of Economic Cooperation and Development, 35, 3 (), Poverty Alleviation and Identifying the Barriers to the Rural Poor Participation in MFIs: A Case Study in Bangladesh1 Mohammad A. Ashraf2 and Yusnidah B. Ibrahim3 The main purpose of the study is to identify the barriers of participation of the rural poor in microfinance institutions (MFIs) in Bangladesh.

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Term: IMF, End of Extreme Poverty Definition: Byend of extreme poverty could be in reach (first world aid in developing world's progress)-Bar is set so low: World Bank aims to bring income above $/day (even so, cyclical form of poverty decreasing) Author: Lowery Significance: shows influence of factors on poverty reduction.

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Wright and Harwood, ; Lupton, ).Cited by: Location – Rural and urban areas both bring particular environmental challenges when it comes to thinking about energy vulnerability. However, rural households are in general more likely to be in fuel poverty than those in urban or semi-rural areas: % of rural households are in fuel poverty, compared to % for semi-rural and % : Jamie-Leigh Ruse, Helen Stockton, Peter Smith.

Poverty Alleviation and Identifying the Barriers to the Rural Poor Participation in MFIs: A Case Study in Bangladesh Mohammad A. Ashraf Department of Economics, United International University, 1 Joseph P. Goldberg and William T.

Moye, The First Hundred Years of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bureau of Labor Statistics Bulletin (September ). 2 For informative background on the origin and evolution of the poverty rate, see Gordon M. Fisher, “The Development of the Orshansky Poverty Thresholds and Their Subsequent History as the.

The main idea of the book is that " one of the biggest problems in many poverty-alleviation efforts is that their design and implementation exacerbates the god complexes of the economically rich and the feelings of inferiority and shame of the economically poor ".

The World Bank, for example, explains on its website that ‘national development and poverty alleviation often hinges on improved sub-national growth and service delivery’, which in turn is supposed to be achieved through decentralisation. 2 However, the academic backing for an impact of decentralisation on poverty is still restricted and.

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