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Supplemental Poverty Measure Latest Research

An Examination of Retirement Income for the 65+ Population Using the SIPP [PPT - 1M]
Kathleen Short and Jeremy Skog (U.S. Census Bureau)
Presented at PAA conference in May, 2014

Supplemental Poverty Measure: Using Regional Price Parities to Adjust Poverty Thresholds [PDF - 776k]
Trudi Renwick, U.S. Census Bureau, Bettina Aten, Eric Figueroa and Troy Martin, Bureau of Economic Analysis (March 2014)

Work-related expenses in the Supplemental Poverty Measure [PDF - 1138k]
Ashley Edwards, Brian McKenzie, and Kathleen Short, U.S. Census Bureau (January 2014)

The Supplemental Poverty Measure: Examining the Incidence and Depth of Poverty in the U.S. Taking Account of Taxes and Transfers in 2012 [PDF - 601k]
Kathleen S. Short, U.S. Census Bureau (November 2013)

Comparing Supplemental Poverty Measure Thresholds and Family Budgets: Understanding Income to Poverty Ratios [PDF - 1MB]
Trudi Renwick and Kathleen Short, U.S. Census Bureau (November 2013) SEHSD Working Paper No. 2013-28

Estimating the value of WIC benefits for the Supplemental Poverty Measure [PDF - 255K]
Suzanne Macartney (U.S. Census Bureau, July 2013)

Changes in Poverty Measurement: An Examination of the Research SPM and Its Effects by Gender [PDF - 3.49MB]
Trudi Renwick and Laryssa Mykyta, U.S. Census Bureau (January 2013) SEHSD Working Paper No. 2013-05

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