The Intergenerational Transmission (IGT) of Poverty Theme at the Chronic Poverty Research Centre promotes research and discussion on the drivers, maintainers and interrupters of intergenerational and life-course poverty. This fourth Research Brief reviews the findings of four recently commissioned papers, drawing out their implications for understanding, explaining and developing policy against childhood, life-course and intergenerationally transmitted poverty. Details of these papers and where to find them on-line can be found at the end of the brief.
Intergenerational Transmission of Poverty Research Brief No. 4, Chronic Poverty Research Centre, London, UK, 4 pp.