Cross-national comparative research with longitudinal data: research into youth poverty
This paper reports findings from a recent project on youth poverty across the pre-enlargement European Union. It examines the incidence of poverty among young people aged 16-29 and the association between poverty and living arrangements for this group, and how these vary between countries. It assesses the extent to which inferences on youth policy may be made from these findings, and highlights areas of interest for UK policymakers.
21st Century Society: Journal of the Academy of Social Sciences
Volume and page numbers
4 (2):149-160 , 149 -160
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