BWPI Working Papers
The BWPI Working Paper series is a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed collection providing a forum for previously unpublished work. Working papers are preliminary drafts from work in progress. They are circulated to obtain comments and criticisms prior to finalisation. Wherever possible we identify the final/authoritative version of what were originally working papers on the cover page.
The series aims to stimulate constructive dialogue and debate in the multi-faceted areas of poverty and poverty reduction. The topics reflect the Institute's multidisciplinary, cross-organisational research activity.
We invite previously unpublished papers, including those which have had a limited audience. It is the responsibility of authors to ensure that submissions do not breach copyright laws. Papers should be no more than 8,000 words. For further information, see author guidelines (PDF, 15 KB).
The working papers are available as PDF files.
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See other recent BWPI Working Papers at BWPI Working Papers - 2012.
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