Q-Squared in Policy: The Use of Qualitative and Quantitative Methods of Poverty Analysis in Decision-Making
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Keywordspoverty; methods; mixed method research; policy process; methodological pluralism; impact assessment; International Relations/Trade; Political Economy;
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