From Poverty to Social Exclusion: A Livelihoods Introductory

Leonardus Johannes de Haan

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Abstract

This chapter starts with a brief overview of the origin and gist of livelihoods studies. The second section shows that persisting and even rising inequalities currently represent the main global social problem rather than ‘poverty as such’. Therefore it is argued in the third section that the essence of livelihoods studies should move from poverty as such to understanding how the poor can be ‘included’. This in turn entails a thorough understanding of the exclusionary processes the poor are subject to.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLivelihoods and Development: New Perspectives.
EditorsL.J. de Haan
Place of PublicationLeiden/Boston
PublisherBrill Publishers
Pages1-12
Number of pages12
ISBN (Print)9789004342255
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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