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Suggesting Effective Policy Frames for Chronic Poverty Alleviation in India



This is a continuation of an earlier paper (2005) by the author which dealt with policy implications based on the work done by CPRC in India. There is no map of chronic poverty in India, but have an approximate idea of numbers and communities where it has a significant presence. The author has used surrogates like tribal populations, senior citizens and women self-help groups to draw broad conclusions. [CPRC Working Paper 113].

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