Singapore does not have an official poverty line. Should there be one? And what are the frameworks that have used or could be adopted for the measurement of poverty in this country? The Lien Centre for Social Innovation and SMU School of Social Sciences report on their investigation into the complex issue of domestic poverty.
Asian Studies | Inequality and Stratification | Social Policy | Social Welfare
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Donaldson, John A.; Loh, Jacqueline; Mudaliar, Sanushka; Md Kadir, Mumtaz; Wu, Biqi; and Yeoh, Lam Keong.
Measuring Poverty in Singapore: Frameworks for Consideration. (2013). Social Space. 58-66. Social Space.
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