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Latest issue of ODS features special section on Horizontal Inequality
The latest issue of Oxford Development Studies, ODS 46 (3), September 2018, is now online.
The new issue includes a special section on Horizontal Inequality: Persistence and Change edited by Carla Canelas & Rachel M Gisselquist in collaboration with UNU-WIDER.
The section includes the following articles:
- Carla Canelas & Rachel M. Gisselquist, Horizontal inequality as an outcome
- Belinda Archibong, Historical origins of persistent inequality in Nigeria
- Pedro Henrique Soares Leivas & Anderson Moreira Aristides dos Santos, Horizontal inequality and ethnic diversity in Brazil: patterns, trends, and their impacts on institutions
- Nishant Chadha & Bharti Nandwani, Ethnic fragmentation, public good provision and inequality in India, 1988–2012
- Carla Canelas & Rachel M Gisselquist, Human capital, labour market outcomes, and horizontal inequality in Guatemala
The issue also included the following articles:
- Maria C Lo Bue & Jan Priebe, Revisiting the socioeconomic determinants of exclusive breastfeeding practices: evidence from Eastern Indonesia
- Ana Maria Peredo, Nick Montgomery & Murdith McLean, The BoP business paradigm: what it promotes and what it conceals
- Patrick Reichert, A meta-analysis examining the nature of trade-offs in microfinance
Oxford Development Studies is edited at ODID.