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  • Subject: AFRO-NETS> Poverty trap
  • From: Claudio Schuftan <aviva@netnam.vn>
  • Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2003 05:11:49 -0500 (EST)




Poverty trap
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Whose data? 'Stealing' from the poor

There is growing evidence that researchers and their agencies 'cap-
ture' poverty data sets for years on end, without making them pub-
licly available. While hanging on to data sets may enhance their
reputations and help 'fast-stream' their careers, what long-term ef-
fect does this have on research into chronic poverty and ultimately,
the poor themselves?

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Further Information:
David Hulme
Chronic Poverty Research Centre
Institute for Development Policy and Management
Crawford House, Precinct Centre, Oxford Road
Manchester M13 9GH, UK
Tel: +44-161-275-2825
Fax: +44-161-273-8829
mailto:david.hulme@man.ac.uk

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