The ins and outs of poverty in advanced economies: poverty dynamics in Canada, Germany, Great Britain, and the United States

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Robert G. Valletta (2004)
  • Subject: Poverty ; Poverty - Canada ; Poverty - Germany ; Poverty - Great Britain

Comparative analysis of poverty dynamics—incidence, transitions, and persistence—can yield important insights about the nature of poverty and the effectiveness of alternative policy responses. This manuscript compares poverty dynamics in four advanced industrial countri... View more
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