La pauvreté persistante : un phénomène de classe, de cumul de désavantages ou d'individualisation?

@inproceedings{Tillmann2006LaPP,
  title={La pauvret{\'e} persistante : un ph{\'e}nom{\`e}ne de classe, de cumul de d{\'e}savantages ou d'individualisation?},
  author={Robin Tillmann and M{\'o}nica Budowski},
  year={2006}
}
The article evaluates the predictive value of three approaches towards poverty: social class, cumulative disadvantage and individualization. Data from the Swiss Household Panel are used. Consistent poverty is defined by low income and deprived living conditions, persistent poverty as being poor at three out of five points of measurement between 1999 and 2003. The individualization approach predicts persistent poverty better than the cumulative disadvantage approach, but is less predictive than… CONTINUE READING

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