Framing Arab poverty knowledge production : a socio-bibliometric study -

  title={Framing Arab poverty knowledge production : a socio-bibliometric study -},
  author={E. Jamal and Sarah Monzer},
Thesis. M.A. American University of Beirut. Center for Arab and Middle Eastern Studies, 2015. T:6197 

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