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The world’s poorest people lack both capital and skills and typically engage in insecure and often seasonal occupations where they labor for others. The non-poor, in contrast, tend to be employed in running their own businesses or in secure wage employment. Whether the lack of capital and skills determines occupational choice and poverty is however …
Qualitative Research Findings
Insights from Honduras and Peru – Qualitative Research
Targeting—What Strategy, for What Purpose? – Insights from Honduras and Peru – Quantitative Research
Insights from Honduras and Peru – Quantitative Research
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