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Les mesures multidimensionnelles de la pauvreté: une application sur l'Afrique du Sud et l'Égypte

  • Sami Bibi
  • Abdel-Rahmen El Lahga

Il est souvent admis que la pauvreté est un phénomène multidimensionnel. Néanmoins, rares sont les travaux qui ont tenu compte des multiples facettes de la pauvreté dans un cadre unifié. Récemment, des nouvelles approches se sont développées dans le but de dériver des indices synthétiques des multiples facettes de la privation individuelle sous la forme de mesures multidimensionnelles de pauvreté. Toutefois, les fondements normatifs de ces mesures demeurent méconnus et peu discutés dans la littérature. La présente étude analyse de façon détaillée les fondements éthiques qui sous-tendent la procédure d'agrégation des multiples aspects de la pauvreté adoptée sous chacune de ces nouvelles approches. Elle offre également une application empirique des principales approches développées afin d'établir un classement complet et partiel de l'Afrique du Sud et l'Égypte en termes de pauvreté bi-dimensionnelle.

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