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Misurare la povertà tra I bambini e gli adolescenti: Un nuovo quadro comparativo della povertà infantile in alcuni paesi a reddito medio-alto

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  • Peter Adamson

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Questo rapporto presenta gli ultimi dati comparabili a livello internazionale sulla deprivazione materiale e sulla povertà tra I bambini e gli adolescenti. Insieme, queste due diverse misure offrono un'immagine completa ed esaustiva delle condizioni in cui vivono bambini e adolescenti in alcuni paesi a reddito medio-alto.

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  • Peter Adamson, 2012. "Misurare la povertà tra I bambini e gli adolescenti: Un nuovo quadro comparativo della povertà infantile in alcuni paesi a reddito medio-alto," Papers inreca664, Innocenti Report Card.
  • Handle: RePEc:ucf:inreca:inreca664
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    child poverty; child well-being; econometric analysis; economic crisis; europe; incentives; oecd countries; poverty;

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    • C1 - Mathematical and Quantitative Methods - - Econometric and Statistical Methods and Methodology: General
    • H2 - Public Economics - - Taxation, Subsidies, and Revenue

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