Who really are the poor? Measuring poverty with multiple dimensions

Indonesia Study Group


Putu Geniki Lavinia Natih, PhD Candidate at Oxford University.


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Wednesday, 30 May, 2018 - 12:30 to 14:00

The trend in poverty is a litmus test of the social quality of economic systems; a poverty measure provides a basis to evaluate the effectiveness of welfare policies and acts as a powerful instrument to focus policy makers’ attention on the living conditions of the poor. Discontent with uni-dimensional measures of poverty reflects widespread agreement that poverty is a multifaceted phenomenon, encompassing deprivations along multiple dimensions.

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