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Poverty traps

Contributor(s): Bowles, Samuel | Durlauf, Steven N | Hoff, Karla Ruth | Russell Sage Foundation.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York Russell Sage Foundation 2006Description: vi,241p. ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780691125007.Subject(s): PovertyDDC classification: 339.46 Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description | Table of contents only
Contents:
The theory of poverty traps: what have we learned? / Costas Azariadis -- The persistence of poverty in the Americas: the role of institutions / Stanley L. Engerman, Kenneth L. Sokoloff -- Parasites / Halvor Mehlum, Karl Moene, Ragnar Torvik -- The kin system as a poverty trap? / Karla Hoff, Arijit Sen -- Institutional poverty traps / Samuel Bowles -- Groups, social influences, and inequality / Steven N. Durlauf -- Durable inequality: spacial dynamics, social processes, and the persistence of poverty in Chicago neighborhoods / Robert J. Sampson, Jeffrey D. Morenoff -- Spatial concentration and social stratification: does the clustering of disadvantage "beget" bad outcomes? / Michael E. Sobel.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The theory of poverty traps: what have we learned? / Costas Azariadis -- The persistence of poverty in the Americas: the role of institutions / Stanley L. Engerman, Kenneth L. Sokoloff -- Parasites / Halvor Mehlum, Karl Moene, Ragnar Torvik -- The kin system as a poverty trap? / Karla Hoff, Arijit Sen -- Institutional poverty traps / Samuel Bowles -- Groups, social influences, and inequality / Steven N. Durlauf -- Durable inequality: spacial dynamics, social processes, and the persistence of poverty in Chicago neighborhoods / Robert J. Sampson, Jeffrey D. Morenoff -- Spatial concentration and social stratification: does the clustering of disadvantage "beget" bad outcomes? / Michael E. Sobel.

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