POVERTY IN POLAND DURING THE 1990s: ARE THE RESULTS ROBUST?
This study examines the robustness of poverty measures for Poland in the 1990s to employed methods. At least two definitions or techniques of estimation are applied to each of the following components of poverty measures: (1) household well-being; (2) poverty line; (3) equivalence scales; and (4) poverty index. Furthermore, groups at risk of poverty are selected by means of decomposition of the poverty incidence and by estimation of the probit model. Relatively robust conclusions can be reached for trends in absolute poverty incidence, which show an inverted U-shape with rapidly increasing poverty rates in 1993-1995 and declining rates since, but with continued increases in relative poverty. Some robust correlates of high poverty (low education, unemployment, rural residence, large number of children) are also found. Copyright © 2006 The Author; Journal compilation © International Association for Research in Income and Wealth 2006.
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Volume (Year): 52 (2006)
Issue (Month): 3 (09)
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