might also lead to a sharpening of the issues and the various policy options without reaching consensus. In both cases, issues of poverty and inequality will have been put at the centre of public concern.
It is the task of UNU/WIDER and other UN research institutes to assist in such a debate and this is what we have attempted to do with this book.
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