Understanding Impoverishment: The Consequences of Development-Induced Displacement

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Dr Gautarn Appa is a Senior Lecturer in Operational Research at the London School of Economics and Political Science, specialising in mathematical programming. His research interests include the effects of development policies on people and the environment, and the political economy of India.
Dr Alicia M. Barabas is a Senior Research Professor at the National Institute of Anthropology and History, Mexico. She has worked for twenty years with Indian people displaced by the Cerro de Orro dam in Mexico and has published widely on inter-ethnic relations and development in Mexico and Latin America.
Dr Miguel A. Bartolomé is a Senior Research Professor at the National Institute of Anthropology and History, Mexico. His research focuses on inter-ethnic relations and development issues in Mexico and Latin America with a concentration on the displacement arising out of the construction of the Cerro de Orro dam.
Dr Michael Cernea is the World Bank's Senior Adviser on Social Policy and Sociology in Washington. His work and main research focuses on the application of sociology and anthropology to development policies and programmes, migration, population settlement, the social organisation of natural resource management and public policy. He received the Solon T. Kimball Award in 1988 and the Bronislav Malinowski Award in 1995 for his work applying social science knowledge to development policies and programmes and to the formulation of public policies.
Dr Theodore E. Downing is Research Professor of Social Development at the University of Arizona, former President of the Society for Applied Anthropology and frequent consultant to major interna-

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