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Falling into poverty in a high-growth state - escaping poverty and becoming poor in Gujarat villages



Falling into poverty in a high-growth state - escaping poverty and becoming poor in Gujarat villages



Economic and Political Weekly 38(49): 5171-5179



Starting April 2003, a study was conducted on the poverty status of households in villages in Gujarat, India, 25 years prior and their poverty status at present. This paper presents results from an initial group of 20 villages, 10 villages each in Vadorada and Panchmahal districts. Very little progress has been made overall during the last 25 years. Members of 59% of households were poor 25 years ago and members of 57% of households are poor now.

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