Comparative Research Program on Poverty

Description CROP, the Comparative Research Program on Poverty, is an International Social Science Council program at the University of Bergen. Its core objectives are to promote critical interdisciplinary and comparative research on the nature, extent, depth, distribution, trends, causes, and effects of poverty; produce knowledge with relevance to diverse policy communities and create spaces for dialoguing with various policy actors at national, regional, and global levels; contribute to building and enhancing global comparative research capacities; critical analysis and monitoring of national and international policy responses to poverty everywhere.

Comparative Research Programme on Poverty
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P.O. Box 7800
Bergen  N - 5020
Phone: +47 555-89744
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Focus: Development, Poverty, Norway, Europe, Global

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