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100 1  Demombynes, Gabriel 
245 10 Invisible Poor :|bA Portrait of Rural Poverty in Argentina
264  1 Herndon :|bWorld Bank Publications,|c2008 
264  4 |c©2009 
300    1 online resource (135 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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490 1  World Bank Working Papers ;|vv.No.183 
505 0  Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments
       -- Preface -- Abbreviations and Acronyms -- Executive 
       Summary -- The Nature of Rural Poverty in Argentina -- A 
       Qualitative Study of Rural Poverty in Argentina -- 
       Measuring Poverty and Welfare in Rural Poverty Analysis --
       CHAPTER 1 Issues and Challenges for Rural Poverty in 
       Argentina -- Introduction -- Demographic Trends -- 
       Measuring Poverty -- A Poverty Profile for Rural Argentina
       -- The Need for Data: Poverty Monitoring and Evaluation of
       Rural Programs -- CHAPTER 2 A Qualitative Study of Rural 
       Poverty in Argentina -- Introduction -- Methodology for 
       Qualitative Survey -- Sociodemographic Characteristics -- 
       Aspirations, Conflict, and Discrimination -- Extreme 
       Poverty -- CHAPTER 3 Methodology for the Analysis of Rural
       Poverty in Argentina -- Introduction -- Past Rural 
       Household Surveys in Argentina -- Rural Surveys in Other 
       Countries of Latin America -- Choice of Welfare Measure: 
       Options for Argentina -- Conclusions -- References -- 
       Annexes -- ANNEX A. Poverty / UBN -- Access to Services --
       Living / Housing -- Population Statistics -- Work Related 
       -- ANNEX B. Contact Persons List for Field Activities and 
       Focus Group Members -- Chaco Province -- Chaco province --
       Jujuy Province -- Tucumán Province -- Mendoza Province -- 
       ANNEX C. Pobreza Rural en Argentina Estudio Cualitativo 
       (Abril-Mayo 2007) -- Guía de preguntas 
520    The work grows out of discussions with counterparts at the
       Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries, and Food 
       (SAGPyA) and INDEC. Recognizing the dearth of information 
       on rural areas, the World Bank team agreed to review 
       knowledge on rural poverty and provide guidance on future 
       data collection efforts. A primary objective of this study
       is to raise the profile of the rural poor in Argentina. 
       Largely because of data limitations, in particular the 
       EPH's lack of coverage in rural areas, profound gaps exist
       in the understanding of rural poverty in Argentina. As a 
       result, the rural poor have sometimes been neglected in 
       policy discussions. As a first step in highlighting the 
       situation of the rural poor, this report takes stock of 
       existing research, exploits previously untapped 
       information from the 2001 Population Census, and presents 
       findings from a new qualitative study on the subject. For 
       the future, it is crucial that the EPH be expanded to full
       national coverage. Roughly 38 percent of the country's 
       population, consisting of four million rural residents and
       another 12 million who live in smaller urban areas, lie 
       outside the current reach of the survey. An expanded EPH 
       would be valuable both for better evaluating existing 
       programs and for helping the government design new 
       programs and policies. Recognizing the challenges that 
       expansion of the EPH would bring, the final chapter of 
       this report explores the key technical issues involved. As
       the Government of Argentina moves forward with its 
       consideration of how to best improve data on rural issues 
       and address rural poverty, the World Bank stands ready to 
       assist in supporting the next steps. This report is 
       offered in the hope that will stimulate dialogue and 
       interest in addressing the nation's invisible poor 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
650  0 Poverty -- Research -- Argentina.;Poor -- Research -- 
       Argentina.;Argentina -- Economic conditions -- 21st 
       century.;Argentina -- Social conditions -- 21st century 
655  4 Electronic books 
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