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Conference Paper European Society for Population Economics Conference

Routes Into and Out of Poverty in Britain


Publication date

15 Jun 2002


A distinction will be made between people experiencing temporary, recurrent and persistent poverty. The characteristics of each group will be described. The principal routes in and out of poverty will be identified, taking account of the duration of poverty

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    Stephen P. Jenkins and John Rigg


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