Amendments to the rules of the C.P.S.U. (B.);: Report to the by Andrei Aleksandrovich Zhdanov

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In summarizing quantitative data through regression analysis, we include both country and regional dummies to take into account country effects. Third, our quantitative analysis does not include Cambodia or Sri Lanka. The Cambodia study was based on a panel dataset, so it did not gather poverty data using subjective recall measures with our ladder of life tool (see below). Hence, while we have very useful descriptive information and quantitative data for Cambodia, we do not have quantitative data that are comparable to much of the data reported for the cross-country analyses.

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Group discussions were also held on freedom, power, democracy, and livelihoods. In most places, separate discussion groups were held with men, women, and youth. At the same time, we listened to people’s individual descriptions of their own lives—how and why they had remained stuck in poverty, had managed to move out of poverty, had fallen into poverty, or had remained well off. These included both household interviews and life stories. To protect the privacy of participants, this book uses pseudonyms for the study communities (villages and barrios).

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