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Report Child Poverty Insights

Simulating the costs and benefits of a Europe-wide Basic Income scheme for Children

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Publication date

Jan 2014

Abstract

Child Poverty Insights disseminates emerging research, practice and thinking on child poverty to a global audience of UNICEF and other UN staff, practitioners and academics.
This edition discusses how a Europe-wide universal child benefit program could reduce child poverty and the poverty gap throughout Europe.

Subjects

Young People, Welfare Benefits, Microsimulation, Taxation, and Social Policy

Links

http://www.unicef.org/socialpolicy/index_71776.html


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