17 January 2000 The first problem encountered when carrying out an analysis of poverty is the definition of exactly what it entails. Where do you set the threshold below which an individual or group may be identified as poor? Even if an objective criterion is agreed upon by researchers, this is unlikely to coincide with […]

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