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Income Growth and Mobility of Rural Households in Kenya: Role of Education and Historical Patterns in Poverty Reduction

By Mary K. Mathenge and David L. Tschirley

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Replaced with revised version of paper 07/26/07.Income growth, income persistence, convergence, education, Kenya, Community/Rural/Urban Development, Labor and Human Capital,

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