Publications

23 Jul 18

Multidimensional Poverty and Material Deprivation: Empirical Findings.

Authors: GUIO Anne-Catherine.

Abstract:

Abstract of the book: The past decade has been characterized by a burgeoning interest in new concepts of individual and social well-being. The impetus for this new research has stemmed from increased demand from policy makers and civil society for measures of progress that go beyond the traditional measures of GDP, as well as improved datasets allowing individuals and households to be tracked over their life course. The aim of this Handbook is to chart these developments and provide extensive surveys of many of the recent themes that have emerged in the research literature. Some of the topics addressed include poverty. relative deprivation and satisfaction, economic insecurity, social exclusion and inequality, income and social polarization, and social fractionalization and diversity. Each topic is first analyzed from a theoretical perspective, followed by detailed empirical discussion.

Reference: GUIO Anne-Catherine. Multidimensional Poverty and Material Deprivation: Empirical Findings. In: Conchita D’Ambrosio (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Economic and Social Well-Being. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018, pp. 171-192.

Keywords:
multidimensional poverty,
material deprivation

Project: Third Network for the analysis of EU-SILC

Linked publications
GUIO Anne-Catherine, VAN DEN BOSCH Karel.
Review of Income and Wealth, 2019.
GUIO Anne-Catherine.
In: Chambre des Salariés (ed.) Panorama Social 2019. Luxembourg: Chambre des Salariés (CSL), 2019, série dialogue analyse n°1, pp. 57-65.
GUIO Anne-Catherine, GORDON David, MARLIER Eric, NAJERA Hector, POMATI Marco.
Child Indicators Research, 2018, vol. 11, n°3, pp. 835-860.