Poverty Studies – Curated
This collection brings together an outstanding selection of recent Routledge publications on poverty studies. Spanning several disciplines across the humanities and social sciences, books in this collection examine the global issue of poverty from a diverse range of expert perspectives. Topics include poverty alleviation, austerity, gender and poverty, hunger and food assistance, housing policy, poverty and the law, child welfare, and climate and migration, among many others. Including cutting-edge research volumes, textbooks, and definitive handbooks, this collection provides critical perspectives on poverty and its related questions, and is an ideal resource for students, teachers and researchers with an interest in the area.