The gendered nature of multidimensional poverty in the European Union
Fabrizio Botti (),
Marcella Corsi () and
Carlo D'Ippoliti ()
No 12-026, Working Papers CEB from ULB -- Universite Libre de Bruxelles
Recent economic literature on poverty may be broadly divided into two strands. One strand investigates the multidimensional nature of poverty. The other strand, employing the large availability of household surveys, investigates the micro and macro determinants of monetary poverty, analyzing the role played by individual and household characteristics and macro socio-economic factors. In this framework, a gender approach has often been limited to the analysis of the coefficient “woman” in standard regression analyses of the determinants of poverty. By contrast, feminist research has consistently stressed the importance of a more holistic conceptual and empirical approach to encapsulate gender deprivation. This paper aims at building a bridge between the two mentioned streams, by analyzing the gendered nature of multidimensional of poverty. Although gender mainstreaming is specified in the European Union policy framework as a key element of active inclusion policies, this approach to policy design and monitoring is still underdeveloped.
Keywords: multidimensional poverty; gender inequality; individual income; household economics; indicators (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: B54 I32 J16 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 20 p.
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