The impact of solidarity economy on poverty: The case of public centres of solidarity economy in Bahia, Brazil
World Development Perspectives, 2021, vol. 23, issue C
Poverty reduction lies at the heart of development discourse and practice. Despite significant achievements in the early 2000s, poverty remains a pervasive problem in Brazil. This has prompted the emergence of alternative development strategies such as solidarity economy, a movement which provides economic opportunities for workers in collective production and empowers them through participation.
Keywords: Solidarity economy; Poverty; Institutions; Market inclusion; Solidarity enterprise; CESOL; Brazil (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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