The poverty–vulnerability–resilience nexus: Evidence from Bangladesh
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KeywordsState-and-transition model; Poverty; Socio-economic vulnerability; Socio-economic resilience; Natural disasters; Tropical cyclone; Bangladesh; Adaptive capacity;
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