Spatial Dimensions Of Poverty And Financial Precariousness
In the article it is presented an territorial analysis2 taking into consideration the workforce occupational status and the incomes features of each of its socio-occupational categories. Two were calculated (based on the last Population Census with available data): the workforce precariousness index (which considers the labour resources that do not realize any income by their own forces) and the relative average occupational poverty index (that takes into consideration the national average incomes level and the percentage of the occupational categories whose incomes are situated below the national average). A special attention was paid to the analysis of the institutional means conceived to diminish these phenomena and the vulnerabilities they imply, given the concept of financial territorial resources (European structural funds).
Volume (Year): 61 (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 (February)
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