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Spatial patterns of rural poverty and their relationship with welfare-influencing factors in Bangladesh

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  • Kam, Suan-Pheng
  • Hossain, Mahabub
  • Bose, Manik Lal
  • Villano, Lorena S.

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  • Kam, Suan-Pheng & Hossain, Mahabub & Bose, Manik Lal & Villano, Lorena S., 2005. "Spatial patterns of rural poverty and their relationship with welfare-influencing factors in Bangladesh," Food Policy, Elsevier, vol. 30(5-6), pages 551-567.
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