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Why Measure Poverty?
Choices in Poverty Measurement
Setting the Poverty Threshold
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accounting period alternative poverty analysis annual income approach argued asset holdings average basis budget calculated Census Census Bureau changes chapter Citro computed considered consumption needs consumption patterns Current Population Survey Danziger discussed effects elderly equivalence scales erty estimates example family income Food Plan fungible groups higher households included income adequacy income measure least longitudinal low-income population market basket median income method minimum Mollie Orshansky months 1 months nomic noncash benefits noncash income nonelderly official poverty thresholds official thresholds Orshansky Orshansky's overall panel percent Percentage persistently poor persons poverty definition poverty entries poverty gap poverty line poverty measures poverty population poverty spell poverty standard poverty status programs proportion PSID result sample set of thresholds SIPP specific spell durations spells of poverty spending statistics sumption survey Table tax incidence taxes Thrifty Food U.S. Bureau U.S. Congress U.S. Government Printing units updated