The Relationship Between Income and Deprivation : A Dynamic Perspective
Abstract[fre] Les analyses fondÃ©es sur un seuil monÃ©taire de pauvretÃ© ne permettent pas toujours de repÃ©rer les mÃ©nages atteints par la privation ou l'exclusion. L'analyse d'une enquÃªte irlandaise de grande taille a permis de montrer que le revenu couÂrant des mÃ©nages influence fortement les niveaux de privation, mais on y dÃ©cÃ¨le Ã©galement d'autres aspects importants de la situation courante des mÃ©nages et du cheminement antÃ©rieur qui les y a amenÃ©s. Il semble Ã©galement essentiel de distinguer plusieurs dimensions dans la comparaison des seuils de privation et des niveaux de revenu qui permettent de mesurer la pauvretÃ©. [eng] Income poverty lines may fail to distinguish households experiencing depriva tion/exclusion Analysing large sample of Irish households we find that current income is an important influence on deprivation levels but so are many other aspects of current situation and how it arrived there It is also impor tant to distinguish different dimensions in using deprivation indicators with income to measure poverty
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Volume (Year): n° 47 (1996)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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- Christopher T. Whelan & Brian Nolan, 1996. "The Relationship Between Income and Deprivation : A Dynamic Perspective," Revue Économique, Programme National Persée, vol. 47(3), pages 709-717.
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