Risk Adjusted Poverty in Argentina: Measurement and Determinants
This paper presents a methodology for adjusting measures of income and poverty for the risk faced by a household. The approach draws on the standard economic concept of risk aversion, and it is based on the intuition that households will prefer a steady stream of income to a variable on with the same mean. Publishing Agency: United Nations (UN).
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