Should poverty researchers worry about inequality?

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Armando Barrientos;
  • Publisher: Brooks World Poverty Institute, Manchester

The paper constructs a case for arguing that poverty researchers need not worry about inequality (as poverty researchers). It reviews conceptualisations of poverty as essentially relational, a particular reflection of prevailing inequalities. In this approach, people ar... View more
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