Book 1

Forgotten People: Poverty, Risk and Social Security in Indonesia

Forgotten People: Poverty, Risk and Social Security in Indonesia

BRILL. 2014

In Forgotten People Gerben Nooteboom describes and analyses the livelihoods and social security of peasants and migrant Madurese. It offers a new way to categorise and analyse livelihood security of marginal people in Indonesia by using the concept of style.

World Development Report 1978

World Development Report 1978

World Bank Publications. 1978

This first report deals with some of the major development issues confronting the developing countries and explores the relationship of the major trends in the international economy to them. It is designed to help clarify some of the linkages between the international economy and domestic strategies in the developing countries against the background of growing interdependence and increasing complexity in the world economy. It assesses the prospects for progress in accelerating growth and...

Living with Defined Contribution Pensions

Living with Defined Contribution Pensions

University of Pennsylvania Press. 1998

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Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia

Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia

Springer. 2017

This book is a unique, transdisciplinary summary of the state of the art of disaster risk reduction (DRR) in Indonesia. It provides a comprehensive overview of disaster risk governance across all levels and multiple actors including diverse perspectives from practitioners and researchers on the challenges and progress of DRR in Indonesia. The book includes novel and emerging topics such as the role of culture, religion, psychology and the media in DRR. It is essential reading for students,...

Building Assets, Building Credit

Building Assets, Building Credit

Brookings Institution Press. 2006

Poor people spend their money living day to day. How can they accumulate wealth? In the United States, homeownership is often the answer. Homes not only provide shelter but also are assets, and thus a means to create equity. Mortgage credit becomes a crucial factor. More Americans than ever now have some access to credit. However. thanks in large part to the growth of global capital markets and greater use of "credit scores," not all homeowners have benefited equally from the opened spigots....