Social Capital and Household Poverty: the Case of European Union

Abstract

It is widespread opinion that the concept of poverty, as well as measures of the extent of poverty at national or local level, cannot be entirely linked to income and assets but because of its multidimensionality necessarily involves a variety of individual/household characteristics (age, gender, education level, employment status, household size and so on… (More)

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@inproceedings{Santini2012SocialCA, title={Social Capital and Household Poverty: the Case of European Union}, author={Isabella Santini and Anna De Pascale}, year={2012} }