Exploring the Politics of Chronic Poverty: From Representation to a Politics of Justice?
Articles included in this special issue are as follows:
Exploring the Politics of Chronic Poverty: From Representation to a
Politics of Justice? Sam Hickey and Sarah Bracking.
From correlates and characteristics to causes: thinking about poverty from a chronic poverty perspective. Maia Green and David Hulme.
Destitution and the Poverty of its Politics—With Special Reference to South Asia. Barbara Harriss-White.
The inequality of social capital and the reproduction of chronic poverty. Frances Cleaver.
When and how far is group formation a route out of chronic poverty? Rosemary Thorp, Frances Stewart and Amrik Heyer.
Civil society and propoor initiatives in rural Bangladesh: finding a workable strategy. Harry Blair.
Donor-NGO relations and representations of livelihood in nongovernmental aid chains. Anthony Bebbington.
Beyond comparative anecdotalism: lessons on civil society and participation from São Paulo, Brazil. Adrián Gurza Lavalle, Arnab Acharya and Peter P. Houtzager.
Productivity and Virtue: Elite Categories of the Poor in Bangladesh. Naomi Hossain.
Poverty reduction as a local institutional process. Johan Bastiaensen, Tom De Herdt and Ben D'Exelle.
The politics of staying poor: exploring the political space for poverty reduction in Uganda. Sam Hickey.
Guided Miscreants: Liberalism, Myopias, and the Politics of Representation. Sarah Bracking.
Hickey, S.; Bracking, S. Exploring the Politics of Chronic Poverty: From Representation to a Politics of Justice? World Development (2005) 33 (6) 851-865. [DOI: 10.1016/j.worlddev.2004.09.012]