Mathieu Lefebvre

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Under income-di¤erentiated mortality, poverty measures re ‡ect not only the "true" poverty, but, also, the interferences or noise caused by the survival process at work. Such interferences lead to the Mortality Paradox: the worse the survival conditions of the poor are, the lower the measured poverty is. We examine several solutions to avoid that paradox.(More)
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