Poverty in latin america 2009
Experts examine the dynamics of poverty and inequality in Latin America and policies to address them using new tools and data. High inequality in incomes and assets and persistent poverty continue to plague Latin America and remain a central economic policy challenge for Latin American policymakers. At the same time, dramatically improved methods and data allow researchers to analyze these problems and how they are affected by economic policy. In this book, experts on Latin American economic affairs use these new approaches to examine the dynamics of poverty and inequality in Latin America and the ability of policy to address them.
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Poverty, vulnerability, and the middle class in Latin America
Poverty in South America - Wikipedia
Metrics details. Between and , Latin America has considerably reduced poverty from In this paper, we use synthetic panels to show that, despite progress, the region remains characterized by substantial vulnerability that also affects the rising middle class. Differences between rural and urban areas are substantial. Urban areas, which are now home to most moderate poor and vulnerable, are characterized by higher income mobility, particularly upward mobility. These findings have important implications for the design of effective social safety nets. These need to mix long-term interventions for the chronic poor, especially in rural areas, with flexible short-term support to a large group of transient poor and vulnerable, particularly in urban areas.
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Social Panorama of Latin America 2009
The edition of Social Panorama of Latin America links trends in poverty and income distribution with social protection systems, placing special emphasis on how these systems have responded to the social impacts of the current crisis and on medium- and long-term projections. It focuses in particular on the impact of public transfers, trends in social spending, the mechanisms by which social vulnerability is reproduced and changing intergenerational and gender relations. These changes pose significant challenges for the role played by the State, the market and families in jointly meeting needs related to the population's welfare. The document is divided into two parts.
Watch multimedia presentation. Therefore, The ECLAC report emphasizes that, despite the major repercussions that the international crisis has had in the region, in poverty rose by just one tenth of a percentage point from As a result, it is hoped that the region is returning to the downward trend in poverty that began in According to Ms.
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