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Marginality

Addressing the Nexus of Poverty, Exclusion and Ecology

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ISBN: 978-94-007-7060-7 (Print) 978-94-007-7061-4 (Online)

Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvii

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-23

    Marginality—An Overview and Implications for Policy

  3. Concepts and Theory

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 25-25

    2. Chapter

      Pages 27-40

      Marginality—A Framework for Analyzing Causal Complexities of Poverty

    3. Chapter

      Pages 41-56

      Exclusion and Initiatives to ‘Include’: Revisiting Basic Economics to Guide Development Practice

    4. Chapter

      Pages 57-65

      Marginality from a Socio-ecological Perspective

  4. Dimensions and Prevalence of Marginality

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 67-67

    2. Chapter

      Pages 69-83

      Mapping Marginality Hotspots

    3. Chapter

      Pages 85-99

      The Poorest: Who and Where They Are?

    4. Chapter

      Pages 101-115

      Targeting the Poorest and Most Vulnerable: Examples from Bangladesh

    5. Chapter

      Pages 117-131

      Correlates of Extreme Poverty in Rural Ethiopia

    6. Chapter

      Pages 133-147

      Examining the Circle of Attachment Trauma, Shame, and Marginalization: The Unheard Voices of Young Kutchi Girls

  5. Environmental Drivers of Marginality

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 149-149

    2. Chapter

      Pages 151-168

      Poverty, Agriculture and the Environment: The Case of Sub-Saharan Africa

    3. Chapter

      Pages 169-180

      The Marginal Poor and Their Dependence on Ecosystem Services: Evidence from South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa

    4. Chapter

      Pages 181-202

      Land Degradation, Poverty and Marginality

  6. Experiencing Marginality in Africa and Asia

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 203-203

    2. Chapter

      Pages 205-219

      Tackling Social Exclusion and Marginality for Poverty Reduction: Indian Experiences

    3. Chapter

      Pages 221-237

      Consumption Behavior of the Poorest and Policy Implications in Indonesia

    4. Chapter

      Pages 239-255

      Addressing Extreme Poverty and Marginality: Experiences in Rural China

    5. Chapter

      Pages 257-267

      Experiences in Targeting the Poorest: A Case Study from Bangladesh

    6. Chapter

      Pages 269-300

      Rural Poverty and Marginalization in Ethiopia: A Review of Development Interventions

  7. Responses to Marginality at Different Levels: State, Business, and Community

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 301-301

    2. Chapter

      Pages 303-314

      Macro, Fiscal and Decentralization Options to Address Marginality and Reach the Extremely Poor

    3. Chapter

      Pages 315-329

      Social Protection, Marginality, and Extreme Poverty: Just Give Money to the Poor?

    4. Chapter

      Pages 331-351

      Innovative Business Approaches for the Reduction of Extreme Poverty and Marginality?

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