Policies for interrupting the intergenerational transmission of poverty in developed countries: An annotated bibliography. CPRC Working Paper 198.

Abstract

The purpose of this annotated bibliography is to support the output of CPRC Working Paper 199 (Grant et al., 2009) titled ‘Policies for interrupting the intergenerational transmission of poverty in developed countries’, which forms part of a thematic body of work being undertaken by the Chronic Poverty Research Centre (CPRC). The paper produces a considerable amount of literature on the topic which has been organised into 3 country contexts: the United Kingdom, the United States and other OECD countries. The fourth section provides references on policy transfer.

Citation

CPRC Working Paper No. 198, Chronic Poverty Research Centre, London, UK, ISBN: 978-1-906433-70-3, 132 pp.

Policies for interrupting the intergenerational transmission of poverty in developed countries: An annotated bibliography. CPRC Working Paper 198.

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