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Child Poverty

Poverty has been defined and measured in many different ways. For the purpose of our studies child poverty is understood both as income poverty, when a child lives in a household with consumption expenditure below a minimum level, and also as different kinds of deprivation measured in non-monetary terms, such as not attending school, poor nutrition status, no access to immunization, or living in overcrowded housing.

Projects 2016-2017

Children in high income countries
Social protection - cash transfers
Archived projects

2014-2015

Poverty and the Safe Transition to Adulthood
Report Card 12

2013

ICT4D Research Study
Measuring and Defining Equity for Children
Multiple Overlapping Deprivation Theory (MODA): Methodology and Analysis
Report Card 11

2010-2012

Child well-being, poverty and overlapping deprivation analysis in rich countries (Report Card 10)
Equitable economic growth and growth incidence curves
MICS data collection and analysis on poverty, wealth and deprivation
Multiple overlapping deprivation analysis in low and middle income countries
Research on the impact of economic crisis on child poverty and well-being and policy responses in low income countries

2006-2009

The situation of children in transition countries (CEE/CIS region)
Understanding child poverty and wellbeing

2003-2005

Innocenti Social Monitor
Report Cards on children in industrialized countries

2000-2002

Child poverty in industrialized countries
Monitoring in the CEE/CIS and Baltics: the MONEE project

1997-1999

Child poverty in industrialized countries

1994-1996

Fiscal policy, poverty alleviation and equity
Monitoring in the CEE/CIS and Baltics: the MONEE project

1991-1993

Monitoring in the CEE/CIS and Baltics: the MONEE project