What Has Really Happened to Poverty in the Philippines?: New Measures Evidence and Policy Implications

08 Oct 2011

Poverty is increasingly recognized as a multidimensional phenomenon, yet its assessment continues to be conducted almost exclusively in terms of income (or expenditure). This practice is prevalent partly because low household incomes are casually associated with other deprivation indicators, such as low levels of literacy and life expectancy.

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