Women and Poverty. Psychology, Public Policy, and Social Justice. Contemporary Social Issues and Interventions
- Language: English
- 208 Pages
- Published: November 2013
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Many studies have addressed the link between decentralization and poverty reduction, but most studies have lacked empirical evidence and failed to explain the mechanism through which decentralization has accelerated poverty reduction. This book represents an effort to fill the gap by examining the impact of the implementation of decentralization program on poverty reduction with special reference to Indonesia at both the macro and micro levels of analysis. At the macro level, some challenges facing the success of the implementation of decentralization program in the area of poverty reduction are addressed based on available data for districts in Java-Bali region. The link between decentralization and poverty reduction is further examined more deeply at the micro level based on a case study of two selected districts. In short, this book provides a better understanding of the decentralization-poverty nexus and should be especially useful for academic professionals, students, policy makers, donor agencies and anyone else working in the development area.
is a socio-economic researcher at BPS-Statistics Indonesia. He holds Master of Arts and Ph.D in applied population studies from Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia.