The chapter argues that it makes sense to distinguish the category of 'extreme poverty from other forms of poverty. It examines the political-sociological significance of such a distinction and them makes the argument that the task of addressing extreme poverty requires a different policy response from those devised to tackle poverty. The chapter outlines the case for a new political settlement in Bangladesh able to support a sustained and progressive debate about the intersections between poverty, growth, rights, responsibility and redistribution.
|Title of host publication||Aiding Resilience among the Extreme Poor in Bangladesh|
|Editors||Geof Wood, Zulfiqar Ali, Mathilde Maitrot, Joe Devine|
|Place of Publication||Dhaka, India|
|Publication status||Published - Sep 2017|
Devine, J., & Wood, G. (2017). Extreme Poverty and the need for a new political settlement: The Case of Bangladesh. In G. Wood, Z. Ali, M. Maitrot, & J. Devine (Eds.), Aiding Resilience among the Extreme Poor in Bangladesh UPL.