Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
"This volume, a collection of 13 new essays edited by Meyers (emer., Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs), is an in-depth, comprehensive exploration of various aspects of poverty, agency, and human rights... A handy volume on contemporary global poverty, this collection of philosophical papers is recommended for students, educators, and practitioners from the social sciences and humanities concerned with the issues of poverty, globalization, development studies, and international human rights."
"The volume Poverty, Agency, and Human Rights is an important contribution to the fields of global ethics and justice." Ethics
"I strongly recommend this collection to anyone interested in present philosophical debates on global poverty and human rights." Australasian Journal of Philosophy