This series is designed to address issues of importance to the World Bank's Social Development Strategy, which aims to empower people by transforming institutions to make them more inclusive, responsible, and accountable, and transforming subjects and beneficiaries into citizens with rights and responsibilities. Titles in this series undergo internal and external review under the management of the World Bank Social Development unit.
(World Bank, Washington, DC, 2008)
Bebbington, Anthony J.; Dani, Anis A.; de Haan, Arjan; Walton, Michael
Inequalities and development:
dysfunctions, traps, and transitions by Anthony J.
Bebbington, Anis A. Dani, Arjan de Haan, and Michael Walton.
Asset inequality and agricultural growth: how are patterns
of asset inequality established and reproduced? By Rachel
Sabates. Beneath the categories: power relations and
inequalities in Uganda by Joy M. Moncrieffe. Inequalities
within India's poorest regions: why do the same
institutions work differently in different places? By Arjan
de Haan. Indigenous political voice and the struggle for
recognition in Ecuador and Bolivia by Jose Antonio Lucero.
Cash transfers for older people reduce poverty and
inequality by Armando Barrientos. Mineral wealth, conflict,
and equitable development by Michael L. Ross. Spain:
development, democracy, and equity by Carles Boix.