UNU Research Brief Number 2, 2008

Naudé, Wim, Santos-Paulino, Amelia U. and McGillivray, Mark (2008). UNU Research Brief Number 2, 2008. Research Briefs. United Nations University.

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    Author Naudé, Wim
    Santos-Paulino, Amelia U.
    McGillivray, Mark
    Title UNU Research Brief Number 2, 2008
    Series Title Research Briefs
    Publication Date 2008
    Place of Publication Tokyo
    Publisher United Nations University
    Pages 8
    Language eng
    Abstract The first Millennium Development Goal aims to halve the number of people in the world living in extreme poverty. In this research brief, emanating from the UNU-WIDER project on “Fragility and Development”, the premise is that we should also be concerned about households which are vulnerable to poverty.This includes those who have little likelihood of escaping from poverty and those who are at risk of falling into poverty in the future. Household vulnerability to poverty is affected by, and affects, vulnerability in other dimensions and levels, such as the vulnerability of a country or region to natural hazards and macro-economic shocks.To address household vulnerability in developing countries requires an understanding of the concept and nature of vulnerability, its measurement and its application. Therefore, this research brief asks what is vulnerability? How can vulnerability be measured? How should households, governments and development agencies respond to vulnerability?
    UNBIS Thesaurus POVERTY
    HOUSEHOLDS
    HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
    Copyright Holder United Nations University
    Copyright Year 2008
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISSN 1816579
    ISBN 9789280835
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