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Research Paper Working Paper 5

Exploring Relations Between Non-Monetary Deprivation and Income and Income Position Using the CHER Data

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01 Nov 2003

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This paper uses all countries in the comparative post-data-collection harmonised household panel dataset, CHER, to explore the relationship between the degree of non-monetary deprivation, here defined as not possessing certain household goods and living in a house that lacks basic facilities or required significant repairs, and income position, controlling for household level backgrounds factors.

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