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The Amartya Sen and Jean Drèze Omnibus: (comprising) Poverty and Famines; Hunger and Public Action; and India: Economic Development and Social Opportunity Hardcover – 18 Feb 1999


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Famines, Poverty, Women, Education..... 20 Dec. 2012
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A bit repetitive as it has three books covering some of the same material, though this helps in a complex field. The causes of famines and undernourishment, what works and what doesn't to help with these issues. Did you know that the best way to deal with a high birth rate is to educate women? I didn't
This Nobel-prize winning economist and his coworkers have an enormous range South Asia Southeast Asia Africa (less on Latin America) violence; need a country have a high GNP to educate its people? ; how and where countries have a "missing number of women....
How can one summarize this? Additionally it is very well-written and very lucid.
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