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Measuring Poverty - Background and Overview

Developing a Supplemental Poverty Measure [PDF - 210k]
Ashley Edwards, U.S. Census Bureau (March 2011)

Workshop on Experimental Poverty Measures 2004
National Academy of Sciences (2004)

Three False Steps
Richard Bavier, Office of Management and Budget (June 1999)

An Overview of Developments Since 1995 Relating to a Possible New U.S. Poverty Measure
Gordon Fisher (May 1999)

The Census Bureau's Plans for Poverty Measurement Research
Daniel Weinberg, Kathleen Short and Donald Hernandez, U.S. Census Bureau (April 1998)

Changing the Way the United States Measures Income and Poverty: A Progress Report
Daniel Weinberg and Charles T. Nelson, U.S. Census Bureau (May 1997)

Experimental Poverty Measurement in the 1990's [PDF - 193k]
Thesia Garner, Geoffrey Paulin, Stephanie Shipp, Kathleen Short and Charles Nelson (January 1997)

Changing the Way the United States Measures Income and Poverty
Daniel Weinberg, U.S. Census Bureau (November 1996)

Measuring Poverty: Issues and Approaches
Daniel Weinberg, U.S. Census Bureau (December 1995)

Measuring Poverty: A New Approach
C. Citro and R. Michaels (Eds) National Academy of Sciences (1995)

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