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The world's most deprived: Characteristics and causes of extreme poverty and hunger [In Chinese]

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  • Ahmed, Akhter U.
  • Hill, Ruth Vargas
  • Smith, Lisa C.
  • Wiesmann, Doris M.
  • Frankenberger, Tim
  • Gulati, Kajal
  • Quabili, Wahidand
  • Yohannes, Yisehac

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  • Ahmed, Akhter U. & Hill, Ruth Vargas & Smith, Lisa C. & Wiesmann, Doris M. & Frankenberger, Tim & Gulati, Kajal & Quabili, Wahidand & Yohannes, Yisehac, 2007. "The world's most deprived: Characteristics and causes of extreme poverty and hunger [In Chinese]," 2020 vision discussion papers 43Ch, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
  • Handle: RePEc:fpr:2020dp:43ch
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    Poverty; Poor; Statistics; Hunger;

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