La pauvreté en Inde. Une bombe à retardement ?

Par Christophe Jaffrelot
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Christophe Jaffrelot, "La pauvreté en Inde. Une bombe à retardement ?", CERISCOPE Pauvreté, 2012, [en ligne], consulté le 21/08/2019, URL : http://ceriscope.sciences-po.fr/pauvrete/content/part3/la-pauvrete-en-inde-une-bombe-a-retardement

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