Youth Poverty, Employment, and Leaving the Parental Home in Europe

  title={Youth Poverty, Employment, and Leaving the Parental Home in Europe},
  author={S. Ayll{\'o}n},
  journal={Wiley-Blackwell: Review of Income & Wealth},
  • S. Ayllón
  • Published 2015
  • Economics
  • Wiley-Blackwell: Review of Income & Wealth
  • type="main"> This paper studies the nature of youth poverty dynamics in Europe. First, it analyzes to what extent experiencing poverty in a given period is in itself positively related to the probability of living below the poverty line again in the future. That is, we assess the degree of poverty genuine state dependence among young people. Second, we study the interrelationships between poverty, employment, and residential emancipation. The results show that youth poverty genuine state… CONTINUE READING
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