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Chronic Poverty in India

Aasha Kapur Mehta (Editor) Sourabh Ghosh (Editor) Deepa Chatterjee (Editor)
Synopsis At the beginning of the new millennium, more than 260 million people in India did not have incomes to access a consumption basket that defines the poverty. The limited available panel data-based research shows that half the households who are poor at a given time suffer chronic or long duration poverty. Reduction of poverty in India is vital. The research and initial policy findings in this book are relevant for all those who give high priority to the reduction of poverty.
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About the authors

Aasha Kapur Mehta

Aasha Kapur Mehta is Professor of Economics at the Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi and leads the Chronic Poverty Research Centre’s work in India.

Deepa Chatterjee

Deepa Chatterjee and Sourabh Ghosh are Research Officers at the Chronic Poverty Research Centre, IIPA.

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Bibliographic information

Title Chronic Poverty in India
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8186641203
length xxvi+390p., Figures; Tables; References; Annexures; Index; 24cm.