Some basic welfare measures for combating poverty: lessons from a formerly poor country
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Poverty alleviation is mainly about redistribution of economic, social and political resources, and all forms of redistribution carry a built-in conflict potential. However, there are political and social means available to contain such conflicts. Some of these means are discussed through a presentation of the historical development of Norway from a poverty ridden country to a wealthy country where redistributive measures dominate the economic and social life of a modern welfare state.
In: Poverty and plenty: The Botswana Experience
- Else Øyen 86