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Can Compensation Prevent Impoverishment?: Reforming Resettlement through Investments Hardcover – 1 Nov 2007
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This book raises critical policy issues that have plagued economists ever since Pareto...Financial solutions derived from a narrow compensation theory can neither improve, nor restore incomes...The authors put forward novel solutions for de-pauperizing those displaced: targeted investments and benefits-sharing, additional to compensation. Development analysts, economists, policy makers, and practitioners stand to gain from...this book. (Irma Adelman, Professor in the Graduate School, University of California, Berkeley)
About the Author
Michael M. Cernea is Professorial Lecturer in Anthropology and International Affairs at George Washington University, and is a former Senior Adviser for Social Policies of the World Bank. Hari Mohan Mathur is Visiting Professor at the Council for Social Development in New Delhi, India.
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