2 edition of Three aspects of consensual poverty in Sweden found in the catalog.
Three aspects of consensual poverty in Sweden
|Statement||Erik Bihagen, Charlott Nyman and Mattias Strand.|
|Series||Umeå studies in sociology ;, no 109|
|Contributions||Nyman, Charlott., Strand, Mattias.|
|LC Classifications||HV338 .B54 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||97102092|
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A presentation on poverty measurement in Sweden was made by Björn Halleröd, University of Gothenburg, at the Second Peter Townsend Memorial Conference, Measuring Poverty: The State of the Art, in InHalleröd undertook a study looking at which aspects of Swedish standards of living were seen as necessities and those who could not afford these items.
The Truly Poor: Direct and Indirect Consensual Measurement of Poverty in Sweden Article (PDF Available) in Journal of European Social Policy 5(2) May with ReadsAuthor: Björn Halleröd. Analysis of the consensual poverty line in Sweden found, for example, that a fi fth of all households had incomes that were considered by most people as too low (Hallerod, ), although in some cases the incomes in question were higher than the eligibility cutoff for social : Björn Halleröd.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The study focuses on the construction of a normative deprivation index for Bangladesh, which in the traditions of Townsend (), Mack and Lansley (, ), Halleröd () and Gordon et al.
(), underscores items the lack of which would constitute poverty. Consensual Poverty in Britain, Sweden and Bangladesh: A Comparative Study A. Mahbub Uddin Ahmed• Abstract The study focuses on the construction of a normative deprivation index for Bangladesh, which in the traditions of Townsend (), Mack.
Jnl Soc. Consensual Approaches to the Definition of Poverty: to the views of society as a whole, are an important recent development. is prepared to fund.
This section reports international research that uses relative deprivation to examine poverty and, in particular, the consensual method as developed in the Poverty and Social Exclusion surveys or developments from that method.
Definition and Origins. The measurement of multidimensional poverty, as discussed in Chapter 1, involves three fundamental steps: selecting the space, deciding who is poor, and aggregating the information of the poor.
The fundamental step of deciding who is poor is identification (Sen ).