Contextualising Poverty in Tanzania: Historical Origins, Policy Failures and Recent Trends

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Werner Biermann, H. P. B. Moshi
LIT Verlag Münster, 1997 - History - 195 pages
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This volume, co-published with Dar es Salaam University Press, includes an introduction by Werner Biermann and the important subject of contextualizing poverty in Africa.
 

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Contents

Contextualising Poverty in Africa
1
A Survey of Generative Factors in Poverty Colonialism and Politics of Transformation
19
Who is Poor? A Review of Recent Poverty Research
77
Reforms and Economic Performance
99
Recent Developments in the Second Economy
115
Towards the Development of Informal Sector Policy Some Policy Issues
133
The Economic Activities of the New Poor
145
Social and Cultural Factors Influencing Poverty
155
The Impact of AIDS on Women Labour Force What Will Happen to Poverty?
173
Conclusion remarks
181
References
185
Contributors
197
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