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Comparing Child Well-Being in OECD Countries: Concepts and methods

  • Petra Hoelscher
  • Jonathan Bradshaw
  • Dominic Richardson
  • *UNICEF
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    This paper is produced alongside Innocenti Report Card 7 "Child Well-being in Rich Countries". It provides more detail on how the indicators were chosen for the Report Card, and how they were combined into components and then into dimensions. It also provides additional analysis to complement the Report Card.

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    Length: 117
    Date of creation: 2007
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    Handle: RePEc:ucf:inwopa:inwopa07/38
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