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Autor
Szulc Adam (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland)
Tytuł
Poverty Measurement in Transition Countries Joining the European Union : a Polish Perspective
Źródło
Emergo. Journal of Transforming Economies and Societies, 2004, vol. 11, no. 2, s. 2-20, tab., bibliogr. 26 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Wskaźniki ubóstwa, Zwalczanie ubóstwa, Przekształcenia ustrojowo-systemowe, Integracja gospodarcza Polski z UE
Poverty indicators, Poverty reduction, Systemic transformation, Poland's economic integration with the EU
Abstrakt
Poverty, especially financial (or monetary) poverty, represents the most important dimension of social exclusion. This is especially true for less developed countries in which scarcity of financial resources may result in the deterioration of biological health or subsistence. Poverty research has been one of the major social issues in developed European countries. (...) Though all new EU members and acceding countries have begun to monitor poverty, for most of them it would be hard to find institutional relationships between such statistics and social policy. Joining the European Union obligates them to give more urgency to social problems, among which poverty plays a key role. (fragment of text)
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Bibliografia
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  1. Atkinson, A. B., Cantillon, B., Marlier, E. and Nolan, B. (2002) Social Indicators; The EU and Social Exclusion. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press
  2. Atkinson, A. B., Marlier, E. and Nolan, B. (2004) "Indicators and Targets for Social Inclusion in the EU". Journal of Common Market Studies 1: 47-75
  3. Betti, G. (1999) "A Non-parametric Approach to Equivalence Scales". Statistics in Transition 2: 181-94
  4. da Costa, B. (2002) "Indicators for Social Inclusion in the European Union: a Comment on the Conceptual Framework". Politica Economica 1: 63-68
  5. Coudouel, A., Hentschel, J. and Wodon, Q. (2001) "Well-being Measurement and Analysis". Text for the World Bank's website: http://www.worldbank.org/poverty/inequal/index.htm
  6. Dennis, I. and Guio, A.-C. (2003) "Monetary Poverty in EU Acceding and Candidate Countries". Statistics in Focus, Theme 3-21/2003. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities
  7. Elbers, C, Lanjouw, J. O. and Lanjouw, P (2003) "Micro-level Estimation of Poverty and Inequality". Econometrica 71 (1): 355-64
  8. Eurostat New Cronos (2003), 1 October
  9. Guio, A.-C. (2004) "The Laeken Indicators: Some Results and Methodological Issues in the Acceding and EU Candidate Countries?". Paper to the "Aligning the European Union Social Inclusion Process and the Millennium Development Goals" workshop, 26-27 April 2004, Vilnius, Lithuania
  10. Jalan, J. and Ravallion, M. (2003) "Estimating the Benefit Incidence of Antipoverty Programs by Propensity-Score Matching". Journal of Business and Economic Statistics 1: 19-30
  11. Keane, M. and Prasad, E. (2002) "Inequality, Transfers and Growth: New Evidence from the Economic Transition in Poland". Review of Economics and Statistics LXXXIV: 324-41
  12. Layte, R., Maitre, B., Nolan, B. and Whelan, C. T. (2001) "Persistent and Consistent Poverty in the 1994 and 1995 Waves of the European Community Household Panel Study". Review of Income and Wealth 43: 427-49
  13. Politica Economica (2002) Special issue (No. 1): Indicators for Social Inclusion: Making Common European Union Objectives Work
  14. Luttmer, E. F. P. (2001) "Measuring Poverty Dynamics and Inequality in Transition Economies: Disentangling Real Events from Noisy Data". World Bank Working Paper No. 2549. Washington DC: The World Bank
  15. Milanovic, B. (2000) "Social Transfers and Social Assistance: An Empirical Analysis Using Latvian Household Survey Data". World Bank Working Paper, http://econ.worldbank.org/view.php?type=5&id=1082
  16. Ravallion, M. (1992) "Poverty Comparisons. A Guide to Concepts and Methods". Living Standards Measurement Study. Working Paper No. 88. Washington DC: The World Bank
  17. Rycak, M. (2003) "Selected Methods of Regression Models Estimation Including Generalised Method of Moments" [in Polish]. MSc dissertation, Warsaw School of Economics
  18. Szulc, A. (2000) "Economic Transition, Poverty and Inequality: Poland in the 1990s". Statistics in Transition 4: 997-1017
  19. Szulc, A. (2002) "Poverty in Poland in the 1990s: Does the Method Matter?". Research Bulletin 11 (2): 25-44
  20. Szulc, A. (2003) "Is it Possible to Estimate Reliable Equivalence Scales?". Statistics in Transition 6: 589-611
  21. Tsakloglou (2002) "Indicators of Social Cohesion in the European Union: Thoughts and Suggestions". Politica Economica 1: 127-33
  22. UNDP Romania (2001) "Poverty in Romania. Causes, Anti-Poverty Policies, Recommendations for Action", http://www.undp.ro/publications/poverty.php
  23. UNDP (2003a) "Avoiding the Dependency Trap". Regional Human Development Report, http://www.roma.undp.sk
  24. UNDP (2003b) "Millennium Development Goals. Reducing Poverty and Social Exclusion". Regional Reports for the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovak Republic and Slovenia, http://mdgr.undp.sk
  25. Van de Walle, D. (2002) "The Static and Dynamic Incidence of Vietnam's Public Safety Net". World Bank Working Paper, http://econ.worldbank.org/view.php7type=5&id=12036
  26. The World Bank (2000) "Making Transition Work for Everyone. Poverty and Inequality in Europe and Central Asia". Washington DC: The World Bank
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ISSN
1233-3115
Język
eng
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