Chronic and Transient Poverty in Indonesia: A Spatial Perspective with the 2008-2010 Susenas Panel Data
Takahiro Akita () and
Ni Made Inna Dariwardani
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Ni Made Inna Dariwardani: Central Bureau of Statistics Bali, Indonesia
No EMS_2013_19, Working Papers from Research Institute, International University of Japan
This study analyzes poverty dynamics by region for urban and rural areas based on the 2008-2010 panel Susenas. It also conducts a probit analysis to explore the determinants of poverty based on the 2008 consumption module Susenas. We found that while 11% of rural people and 7% of urban people are chronically poor, there are a large number of transiently poor people in Indonesia. These transiently poor people have a high risk of falling into poverty occasionally. There is also a large difference in the extent of chronic and transient poverty among regions. While the government should implement policies to alleviate chronic poverty, it should at the same time introduce policies that could keep transiently poor people above the poverty line. Since there is a large regional variation in the extent of poverty, spatially differentiated poverty alleviation programs should be introduced according to the extent and nature of poverty.
Keywords: chronic and transient poverty; poverty dynamics; spatial perspective; panel data; Indonesia (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I30 O10 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 28 pages
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