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From elite capture to marginalization of the poorest : a new social exclusion in anti-poverty programmes in China

Tian Tian (UGent) , Stijn Speelman (UGent) and Ting Zuo
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Based on a case study of state-directed aid resources in anti-poverty programmes, we detected a new phenomenon of social exclusion in China. In a period of several years, a shift is observed from elite capture to marginalization of the poorest. This phenomenon occurs under the administrative pressure from the authoritarian state and the morbid democratic mechanism. Contemporary structural changes in economic and social culture also make it difficult for marginal people to escape from this predicament. From a social structural transformation point of view, we suggest that the marginalization of the poorest should be seriously taken into consideration in rural development programmes and policies.
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Social exclusion, elite capture, marginalization, the poorest, anti-poverty programmes, China, POVERTY

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Tian, Tian, et al. “From Elite Capture to Marginalization of the Poorest : A New Social Exclusion in Anti-Poverty Programmes in China.” JOURNAL OF CHINESE ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS STUDIES, vol. 17, no. 1, 2019, pp. 91–102.
APA
Tian, T., Speelman, S., & Zuo, T. (2019). From elite capture to marginalization of the poorest : a new social exclusion in anti-poverty programmes in China. JOURNAL OF CHINESE ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS STUDIES, 17(1), 91–102.
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Tian, Tian, Stijn Speelman, and Ting Zuo. 2019. “From Elite Capture to Marginalization of the Poorest : A New Social Exclusion in Anti-Poverty Programmes in China.” JOURNAL OF CHINESE ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS STUDIES 17 (1): 91–102.
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Tian, Tian, Stijn Speelman, and Ting Zuo. 2019. “From Elite Capture to Marginalization of the Poorest : A New Social Exclusion in Anti-Poverty Programmes in China.” JOURNAL OF CHINESE ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS STUDIES 17 (1): 91–102.
Vancouver
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Tian T, Speelman S, Zuo T. From elite capture to marginalization of the poorest : a new social exclusion in anti-poverty programmes in China. JOURNAL OF CHINESE ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS STUDIES. 2019;17(1):91–102.
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T. Tian, S. Speelman, and T. Zuo, “From elite capture to marginalization of the poorest : a new social exclusion in anti-poverty programmes in China,” JOURNAL OF CHINESE ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS STUDIES, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 91–102, 2019.
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  abstract     = {Based on a case study of state-directed aid resources in anti-poverty programmes, we detected a new phenomenon of social exclusion in China. In a period of several years, a shift is observed from elite capture to marginalization of the poorest. This phenomenon occurs under the administrative pressure from the authoritarian state and the morbid democratic mechanism. Contemporary structural changes in economic and social culture also make it difficult for marginal people to escape from this predicament. From a social structural transformation point of view, we suggest that the marginalization of the poorest should be seriously taken into consideration in rural development programmes and policies.},
  author       = {Tian, Tian and Speelman, Stijn and Zuo, Ting},
  issn         = {1476-5284},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF CHINESE ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS STUDIES},
  keywords     = {Social exclusion,elite capture,marginalization,the poorest,anti-poverty programmes,China,POVERTY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {91--102},
  title        = {From elite capture to marginalization of the poorest : a new social exclusion in anti-poverty programmes in China},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14765284.2018.1521594},
  volume       = {17},
  year         = {2019},
}

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