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Economic Inequality in the ‘Democratic’ Nepal: Dimensions and Implications
Unformatted Document Text:  37 Inequality: An Empirical Analysis. World Bank DRG Policy Research Working Paper 2561. Hachhethu, Krishna. 2004. The Nepali State and the Maoist Insurgency, 1996-2001. In Michael Hutt (Ed.), Himalayan People’s War: Nepal’s Maoist Rebellion, pp. 58-78. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. Jacoby, Hanan. 2000. Access to Markets and the Benefits of Rural Roads. Economic Journal, 110(July), 713-737. Justman, Moshe and Mark Gradstein. 1999. The Industrial Revolution, Political Transition, and the Subsequent Decline in Inequality in 19 th –Century Britain. Explorations in Economic History , 36, 109-27. Karmacharya, Binod. 2001. Economic Reforms in Nepal and their Implications for Trade, Economic Growth, Inequality and Poverty. South Asia Economic Journal, 2(1), 87-103. Khadka, Narayan. 1998. Challenges to Developing the Economy of Nepal. Conbtemporary South Asia, 7(2), 147-165. Lawoti, Mahendra. 2005. Towards a Democratic Nepal: Inclusive Political Institutions for a Multicultural Society. New Delhi, India: Sage. Li, Hongyi, Lixin Xu, and Heng-Fu Zou. 2000. Corruption, Income Distribution, and Growth. Economics and Politics, 155-182. Lipset, Seymour M. 1959. Some Social Requisites of Democracy: Economic Development and Political Development. American Political Science Review, 53, 69-105. Lipset, Seymour M. 1994. The Social Requisites of Democracy Revisited. American Sociological Review , 59, 1-22. Lipton, M. 1976. Why Poor People Stay Poor: A Study of Urban Bias in World Development. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Mahler, Vincent A. 2004. Economic Globalization, Domestic Politics, and Income Inequality in

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Inequality: An Empirical Analysis. World Bank DRG Policy Research Working Paper 2561.
Hachhethu, Krishna. 2004. The Nepali State and the Maoist Insurgency, 1996-2001. In Michael
Hutt (Ed.), Himalayan People’s War: Nepal’s Maoist Rebellion, pp. 58-78. Bloomington, IN:
Indiana University Press.
Jacoby, Hanan. 2000. Access to Markets and the Benefits of Rural Roads. Economic Journal,
110(July), 713-737.
Justman, Moshe and Mark Gradstein. 1999. The Industrial Revolution, Political Transition, and
the Subsequent Decline in Inequality in 19
th
–Century Britain. Explorations in Economic
History
, 36, 109-27.
Karmacharya, Binod. 2001. Economic Reforms in Nepal and their Implications for Trade,
Economic Growth, Inequality and Poverty. South Asia Economic Journal, 2(1), 87-103.
Khadka, Narayan. 1998. Challenges to Developing the Economy of Nepal. Conbtemporary
South Asia,
7(2), 147-165.
Lawoti, Mahendra. 2005. Towards a Democratic Nepal: Inclusive Political Institutions for a
Multicultural Society.
New Delhi, India: Sage.
Li, Hongyi, Lixin Xu, and Heng-Fu Zou. 2000. Corruption, Income Distribution, and Growth.
Economics and Politics,
155-182.
Lipset, Seymour M. 1959. Some Social Requisites of Democracy: Economic Development and
Political Development. American Political Science Review, 53, 69-105.
Lipset, Seymour M. 1994. The Social Requisites of Democracy Revisited. American
Sociological Review
, 59, 1-22.
Lipton, M. 1976. Why Poor People Stay Poor: A Study of Urban Bias in World Development.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Mahler, Vincent A. 2004. Economic Globalization, Domestic Politics, and Income Inequality in


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