Chronic Poverty. Special CPRC Journal Issue


The contents of this Special Issue are: Thinking 'Small' and the Understanding of Poverty: Maymana and Mofizul's story
David Hulme

The Face of Chronic Poverty in Uganda from the Poor's Perspective: constraints and opportunities
Charles Lwanga-Ntale; Kimberley McClean

Chronic Poverty in Rural India: issues and findings from panel data
Shashanka Bhide; Aasha Kapur Mehta

Escaping Poverty and Becoming Poor in 20 Kenyan Villages
Anirudh Krishna; Patti Kristjanson; Maren Radeny; Wilson Nindo

Destitution in Wollo (Ethiopia): chronic poverty as a crisis of household and community livelihoods
Kay Sharp; Stephen Devereux

Poverty among Tribals in South West Madhya Pradesh: has anything changed over time?
Amita Shah; D. C. Sah

Combining Longitudinal Household and Community Surveys for Evaluation of Social Transfers: infrastructure rehabilitation projects in rural Georgia
Michael Lokshin; Ruslan Yemtsov

Are Chronically Poor People being Left Out of Progress Towards the Millennium Development Goals? A quantitative analysis of older people, disabled people and orphans
Edoardo Masset; Howard White


Hulme, D. Chronic Poverty. Special CPRC Journal Issue. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities (2004) 5 (2)

Chronic Poverty. Special CPRC Journal Issue

Published 1 January 2004