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This paper considers the use of participatory methods in international development research, and asks what contribution these can make to the definition and measurement of well-being. It draws on general lessons arising from the project level, two larger-scale policy research processes sponsored by the World Bank, and the experience of quality of life(More)
Foreword Addressing poverty and injustice is complex. It is just not enough with engagement, professionalism or financial resources. Ownership and political will is absolutely critical. A recent observation in evaluations and Sida's Annual report reveals that the poverty perspective is not sufficiently spelled out. With the mandate of creating conditions(More)
WeD is a multidisciplinary research group funded by the ESRC, dedicated to the study of poverty, inequality and the quality of life in poor countries. The research group is based at the University of Bath and draws on the knowledge and expertise from three different departments (Economics and International Development, Social and Policy Sciences and(More)
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