By: P Townsend
292 pages, Figs
This is a survey of the author's work on the subject of international poverty, covering his contribution to the debate on the conceptualization and measurement of poverty. The theoretical sections of the book are illustrated with more empirical observations about trends in poverty in both Third and First World contexts. The book also defines the poverty line, looks at international concepts of poverty and examines cases in India, Kenya, Europe and the UK.
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