|Statement||edited by Tony Addison, David Hulme, and Ravi Kanbur.|
|Contributions||Addison, Tony., Hulme, David., Kanbur, S. M. Ravi.|
|LC Classifications||HC79.P6 P6835 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008035834|
The first part of the book provides a review of the research on poverty dynamics in developing countries. Part Two focuses on poverty measurement and assessment, and discusses the most recent work of world-leading poverty cturer: Oxford University Press. Poverty Dynamics: Issues and Examples (Centre For Research In Social Policy) [Robert Walker, Karl Ashworth] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Discusses issues related to poverty in the UK and the US, such as the dimension of time, definition and measurement of povertyCited by: In this new book, the editors have gathered together various evidences on poverty dynamics, based on panel data from the last few decades in the Philippines, Thailand, Bangladesh and Tamil Nadu in India, compared with more recent data from sub-Saharan cturer: Routledge. This article examines the dynamics of poverty and explains why poverty dynamics studies are necessary: to estimate the risk of impoverishment and the probability of escaping poverty; to identify the reasons associated with poverty descents and escapes; to distinguish between transient and chronic poverty; and to elucidate the social mobility prospects of individuals in different economic by:
The book revisits strategies that were successful in addressing poverty emanating from situations of conflict, presents a discussion on migration as a critical coping mechanism among poor, analyses the links between ill health and poverty as well as education and poverty to draw attention to the policy imperatives that need attention. The chapters in this book provide an examination of the concepts and methods that can be used to understand poverty dynamics. It does this from an interdisciplinary perspective and includes the work of anthropologists, economists, sociologists, and political scientists. This chapter introduces the book. Section addresses the issue of how to bring time into the measurement of poverty and into the analysis of trajectories in and out of poverty. Section compares qualitative and quantitative approaches and addresses the issue of cross-disciplinarity. Section presents an overview of the chapters in the book. Ten years ago Bob Baulch and John Hoddinott drew our attention to the phenomenon of 'poverty dynamics' - an insight into the unpredictability of poor people's livelihoods that had profound implications for poverty thinking and policy, forcing a rethink of static conceptualisations and measurement and raising challenges for targeting anti-poverty by:
The first part of the book provides a review of the research on poverty dynamics in developing countries. Part Two focuses on poverty measurement and assessment, and discusses the most recent work of world-leading poverty analysts. The first part of the book provides a review of the research on poverty dynamics in developing countries. Part two focuses on poverty measurement and . POVERTY DYNAMICS Introduction Poverty analysis in Africa has tended to focus on poverty at a point in time or else on poverty trends, i.e. changes in the incidence, depth and severity of . Book Info Empirical Analysis of Poverty Dynamics. Book Description: The empirical analysis of poverty over time is still severely constrained by the available survey data in developing countries. In the past, this has led to a neglect of certain aspects of poverty dynamics or even biased assessments of .