What Can Comparative Country Research Tell Us About Child Poverty?

Abstract

We are frequently asked why Young Lives is conducting research in four countries, and why specifically Ethiopia, India (in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana), Peru and Vietnam. This short paper attempts to answer these questions (and can to be read in conjunction with a second paper, ‘What can longitudinal research tell us about children's life-chances?’ which sets out the case for long-term cohort research).

Citation

Morrow, V.; Dornan, P. What Can Comparative Country Research Tell Us About Child Poverty? Young Lives, Oxford, UK (2015) 2 pp.

What Can Comparative Country Research Tell Us About Child Poverty?

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