Child Poverty Approaches

Roelen Keetie, Gassman Franzisca and de Neubourg Chris, The Importance of Choice and Definition for Measurement of Child Poverty – The Case of Vietnam, available online, January, 2009.

This paper discusses the existing child poverty approaches, presents and further develops these approaches. The authors apply it to the case of Vietnam, using household survey data. This paper develops a Vietnam-specific child poverty approach. The paper is available online.

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