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- KurzbeschreibungUrban poverty,more than ever, has become a pervasive reality and mind boggling task for developing countries. Its persistence and rise,among others,is attributed to the understanding gap that it is intricate, rapid urbanization, weak urban management practices, and rural biased interventions. This book brings an empirical study on determinants of urban poverty in Debre Markos one of the old towns of Ethiopia. The book is unique, at least, in two respects. First, it uncovers poverty in a medium town which little study has been made so far. Second, unlike the common national poverty studies made elsewhere, it examines household poverty covering a wide range of demographic, socioeconomic, and household utilities as explanatory variables or otherwise determinants. The book, in this vein, is vital for policy makers engaged in urban poverty reduction in Ethiopia and can be used as a reference material for other countries which have the interest to involve in and apply on poverty alleviation programs. Students at higher institutions dealing with poverty would also use and consultants & researchers, who have the curiosity in the urban sector, would find it valuable to poverty projects.
- AutorEsubalew Alehegn Tiruneh
- Seiten180 Seiten
- Gewicht284 g
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