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Title: How Many Poor People in Shanghai Today? The Question of Poverty and Poverty Measure
Authors: Wong, Chack-Kie
Keywords: poverty measure;poverty indicators;poverty line;Shanghai;China
Date: 1997-12
Issue Date: 2016-09-22 16:26:47 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This paper identifies a wide incidence of poverty in Shanghai using relative measures. It is estimated that 12 percent of the Shanghai population was poor in 1996, a figure which is far greater than that of official estimates. Two sets of objective social indicators are used to indicate the conditions for including a comparative component into the poverty measure. Despite the magnitude of poverty in Shanghai, the financial implications for its eradication amount to only 0.6 percent of the city’s gross domestic product.
Relation: Issues & Studies,33(12),32-49
Data Type: article
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