1 edition of Analysing poverty in the European Community found in the catalog.
Analysing poverty in the European Community
|Statement||edited by Rudolf Teekens, Bernard M.S. vanPraag.|
|Series||Eurostat news -- 1-1990|
|Contributions||Teekens, R. 1941-, Praag, Bernard M. S. van., Commission of the European Communities.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv,467,v p. :|
|Number of Pages||467|
Sep 30, · The End of Poverty by Jeffrey Sachs – A Summary of Chapters NB – You might also like this summary of Chapter 8 – Which focuses on AIDs and malaria in Africa and ‘ Jeffrey Sach’s case for International Development Aid, a summary of chapters The European social model is a common vision many European states have for a society that combines economic growth with high living standards and good working conditions. Historian Tony Judt has argued that the European social model "binds Europe together" in contrast to the ' American way of life '.
in reducing poverty, about regional or gender differences, and about the best conceptual framework for understanding poverty. Hence, the organization of this chapter and the concepts we use were determined by what emerged from our analysis of definitions of poverty. There are five main findings. First, many factors converge to make poverty a. constitute 10% of European workers. This report examines in-work poverty in the European Union, picking up where a previous Eurofound report on this subject, published in , ended. It looks at how in-work poverty evolved in the aftermath of the financial crisis of , based on analysis Cited by: 3.
Room, G & Henningsen, B , Neue Armut in der Europaeischen Gemeinshaft [New poverty in the European community]. Campus Verlag, Frankfurt. Campus Verlag, Frankfurt. Room G, Henningsen B. Neue Armut in der Europaeischen Gemeinshaft [New poverty in the European community].Author: Graham Room, Bernd Henningsen. This book focuses on the effects of welfare state arrangements on the dynamics of poverty in Europe. The author contends that the EU is primarily based on economic integration and as a result social policy issues have remained secondary considerations.
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This item: 'New Poverty' in the European Community (Social Dimension of the Single European Market) Set up a giveaway. Get fast, free delivery with Amazon Prime. Prime members enjoy FREE Two-Day Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle museudelantoni.com by: Analysing poverty in the European Community: policy issues, research options, and data sources: papers presented at the seminar 'Poverty statistics in the European Community' Author: Rudolf Teekens ; Bernard M S van Praag.
This book first provides a critical analysis of these debates and the political interests which are involved. It then brings together the latest evidence on the changing patterns of poverty in the Community countries during the s and s and concludes by examining the likely effects on poverty of the Single European museudelantoni.com: Graham Room.
During the s, poverty became a major issue of debate in the countries of the E.C. Social researchers, political decision-makers and the mass media have argued that this poverty takes new forms and affects new groups of the population. This book first provides a critical analysis of these debates and the political interests which are involved.
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AU - Room, Graham. PY - Y1 - M3 - Book. SN - BT - New poverty in the European Community. PB - Macmillian. CY - Cited by: This book first provides a critical analysis of these debates and the political interests which are involved.
It then brings together the latest evidence on the changing patterns of poverty in the Community countries during the s and s and concludes by examining the likely effects on poverty of the Single European Market. Downloadable. In this paper we attempt to contribute to the growing literature on the mismatch observed when comparing income and deprivation measures of poverty through an analysis of the first two waves of the European Community Household Panel Study.
We do so by developing for each country measures of point in time income poverty, persistent income poverty and consistent poverty Author: Richard Layte, Bertrand Maître, Brian Nolan, Christopher T.
Whelan. The author was recently responsible for a series of studies on “New poverty” in the countries of the European Community, funded by the European Commission; he is also in change of the evaluation exercise in the European Commission's anti-poverty programme of action projects (–89).Author: Graham Room.
The rate of risk of poverty or social exclusion has reached its lowest point sinceyet the target remains distant. Inmillion people, or % of the EU population, were at risk of poverty. Special EUROBAROMETER “POVERTY AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION” - 9. PERCEIVED EXTENT OF POVERTY AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION.
Europeans’ preferred definition of poverty. Nearly 80 million people in the EU (16% of the total population) live below the poverty line. The latter compares child poverty dynamics cross nationally at the beginning of the s.
in seven nations (the US, Britain, Germany, Ireland, Spain, Hungary and Russia). Duffy 1 MayPhD by publication: Volume 1: an analysis of my contribution to knowledge COMBATING POVERTY & SOCIAL EXCLUSION IN EUROPE Volume 1 Commentary on the body of work Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of De Montfort University for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Social Exclusion Faculty of Health & Life Sciences De Montfort University U.K.
The methodology used to determine the at-risk-of-poverty rate commonly applied in the European context is often criticised for arbitrary steps in its construction. Downloadable.
In this paper, we analyze poverty dynamics in Europe for the period using the European Community Household Panel (ECHP) and for the period using the European Union Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC).
The study first focuses on poverty profiles which depict the poverty duration, recurrence and persistence and then on the trigger events (income Cited by: 2. Dec 01, · It proceeds to examine how far these conclusions about income and deprivation can be generalized to the countries included in the first wave of the European Community Household Panel.
Results show that five distinct dimensions of deprivation emerge from an overall European analysis and that these are consistent across individual museudelantoni.com by: are the key focus of the European Union's regional policy (Becker, Egger, & von Ehrlich, ).
Local differences in poverty are essential to adequately targeting policies, alleviating the causes of poverty, and mitigating the consequences of poverty. CHAPTER II THE DEFINITION OF POVERTY AND PROSPERITY The writers of the Book of Proverbs have utilized a variety of terms relative to the concepts of poverty and prosperity.
The definition of the major terms--lDA, wyre, rOsH;ma for poverty and NOh, rw,fo, rcAOx for prosperity will be. “The human rights approach underlines the multidimensional nature of poverty, describing.
poverty in terms of a range of interrelated and mutually reinforcing deprivations, and drawing. attention to the stigma, discrimination, insecurity and social exclusion associated with poverty”.
Apr 01, · Whelan, C. T., Layte, R. and Maître, B. (), ‘Persistent income poverty and deprivation in the European Union: an analysis of the first three waves of the European Community Household Panel’, Journal of Social Policy, 1, 1 – Cited by: The main source for comparable annual data on the level and composition of poverty and inequality in the EU is Community Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC).
This has replaced the European Community Household Panel. The results can be found on the Eurostat web site. Eurostat. European Community’s development assistance EP/R05/15 Final report1 I. Introduction A. Background and problem statement The European Community’s Development Policy’s () principle aim is to “refocus its activities to combat poverty” where the “environment will play an .During the s, poverty became a major issue of debate in the countries of the E.C.
It then brings together the latest evidence on the changing patterns of poverty in the Community .About this book Begins by introducing the origins and historical development of the European Community and then progresses to provide an analysis of the powers, influence and functioning of its principal institutions and political actors as well as analysing its policy interests and museudelantoni.com: Palgrave Macmillan UK.