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Jagatpur 1977-97: Poverty and Social Change in Rural Bangladesh

Kamal Siddiqui (Author)
Synopsis This is a longitudinal study seeking to explain poverty in rural Bangladesh during the two decades between 1977 and 1997. More explicitly, the objective has been to delineate the processes within rural society which caused, aggravated maintained and reduced poverty in a typical Bangladesh village during the above period. On both occasions, long drawn and painstaking fieldwork was undertaken within a holistic framework of analysis.
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About the author

Kamal Siddiqui

Kamal Siddiqui, an economist and former senior civil servant, was educated at the Universities of Dhaka, Leeds and London. He has published a large number of books, articles and manuals from both home and abroad. The areas covered by his publications include rural poverty, land reforms and land management, local government, governance reforms, urban sociology and extension literature on arboriculture and pisciculture. He is at present a Visiting Scholar at the South Asia Programme of Cornell University.

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Title Jagatpur 1977-97: Poverty and Social Change in Rural Bangladesh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2000
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9840515144
length xxviii+476p., Tables; Maps.