Poverty and Inequality in Middle Income Countries: Policy Achievements, Political Obstacles

Poverty and Inequality in Middle Income Countries: Policy Achievements, Political Obstacles
Poverty and Inequality in Middle Income Countries: Policy Achievements, Political Obstacles
(International Studies in Poverty) by Einar Braathen, Julian May, Gemma Wright
2016 | ISBN: 1783605588, 178360557X | English | 213 pages | EPUB, PDF | 4 MB

The past several decades have seen dramatic changes in global poverty-the most important of which has been a shift that has seen nearly three-quarters of the world's poor living not in the most impoverished areas of the world, but in middle income nations. This relatively rapid transformation has forced a rethinking of anti-poverty strategies, as many of the long-established frameworks for such policies no longer apply to this altered situation.

This book gathers experts in anti-poverty work to answer many of the key questions that now face development policy. With contributions covering Latin America, Africa, and Asia, and analyzing poverty and inequality on global, national, and local scales, the book provides poverty researchers and policy makers with valuable new tools for assessing and addressing poverty as it actually exists in today's world.

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