Review of Livelihood, Market, and State: What Does a Political Economy Predicated on the ‘Individual-In-Group-In-Place’ Actually Look Like?" by Stephen Quilley and Katharine Zywert
It makes the correlation between poor and the general enabling environment that influences the outcomes of livelihood strategies. It focuses attention to bear on the intrinsic potential of poor in terms of their skills, social association, and access to physical and monetary resources, and ability to influence core institutions.
Self-preservation might lead me to side with the distributist…without any illusions. But there may be really interesting possibilities that we can’t see for want of a conversation across the tracks.