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Keeping Up Appearances: Consumption and Masking Poverty - Kathy Hamilton

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Dr Kathy Hamilton, from the University of Strathclyde, talks about the role of consumption in masking poverty....

Dr Kathy Hamilton, from the University of Strathclyde, talks about the role of consumption in masking poverty.



The Whose Economy? seminars, organised by Oxfam Scotland and the University of the West of Scotland, brought together experts to look at recent changes in the Scottish economy and their impact on Scotland's most vulnerable communities.

Held over winter and spring 2010-11 in Edinburgh, Inverness, Glasgow and Stirling, the series posed the question of what economy is being created in Scotland and, specifically, for whom?

To find out more and view other Whose Economy? papers, presentations and videos visit:
http://www.oxfamblogs.org/ukpovertypost/whose-economy-seminar-series-winter-2010-spring-2011/

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