Articles included in this special issue are as follows:
Editor's introduction: Chronic poverty in India: Evidence and policy
imperatives. Amita Shah, Aasha Kapur Mehta and Shashanka Bhide.
Policies against chronic poverty: Policy implications of a dynamic
approach to understanding poverty. Andrew Shepherd, Tim Braunholtz and
Tracking poverty through panel data: Rural poverty in India, 1970-98.
Shashanka Bhide and Aasha Kapur Mehta.
Chronic poverty and socially disadvantaged groups: Causes and remedies.
Sukhdeo Thorat and Motilal Mahamallik.
Ensuring livelihood entitlements in forest-based economies in Orissa:
An alternative perspective. Amita Shah, Saroj Kumar and Bipin Das.
Tribal population and chronic poverty in Orissa: A note on the
North-South divide. Sakti Padhi, Nilakantha Panigrahi and Aswini Kumar
Chronic poverty and social conflict in Bihar. N. R. Mohanty.
Situating conflict and poverty in Manipur. Anand Kumar, Aphun Kamei,
Homen Thangjam and Kh. Bijoykumar Singh.
HIV/AIDS, care needs, and the poor: Policy issues. Aasha Kapur Mehta
and Sreoshi Gupta
Drawing policy implications from chronic poverty research in India N.
C. B. Nath.
Shah, A.; Kapur Mehta, A.; Bhide, S. Chronic poverty in India: Evidence and policy imperatives. Special CPRC journal issue. Margin -New Delhi- (2006) 38, 39 (4, 1)
Chronic poverty in India: Evidence and policy imperatives. Special CPRC journal issue.