A Review of the Comparative Evidence on Child Poverty

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Bradshaw, J;
  • Publisher: Joseph Rowntree Foundation

This paper aims to review the comparative evidence on child poverty and learn lessons for the UK. It updates previous efforts of this kind. It begins with a critical review of the sources, goes on to compare child poverty rates and variations in family and other charact... View more
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