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Yet the official poverty rate has never fallen below its level and remains higher than the rates in many other advanced economies. In this book, editors Maria Cancian and Sheldon Danziger and leading poverty researchers assess why the War on Poverty was not won and analyze the most promising strategies to reduce poverty in the twenty-first century economy.
Changing Poverty, Changing Policies documents how economic, social, demographic, and public policy changes since the early s have altered who is poor and where antipoverty initiatives have kept pace or fallen behind. Part I shows that little progress has been made in reducing poverty, except among the elderly, in the last three decades.
The chapters examine how changing labor market opportunities for less-educated workers have increased their risk of poverty Rebecca Blankand how family structure changes Maria Cancian and Deborah Reed and immigration have affected poverty Steven Raphael and Eugene Smolensky.
Part II assesses the ways childhood poverty influences adult outcomes. Part III focuses on current antipoverty policies and possible alternatives. Jane Waldfogel demonstrates that policies in other countries—such as sick leave, subsidized child care, and schedule flexibility—help low-wage parents better balance work and family responsibilities.
Part IV considers how rethinking and redefining poverty might take antipoverty policies in new directions. Mary Jo Bane assesses the politics of poverty since the welfare reform act.
Robert Haveman argues that income-based poverty measures should be expanded, as they have been in Europe, to include social exclusion and multiple dimensions of material hardships.
Changing Poverty, Changing Policies shows that thoughtful policy reforms can reduce poverty and promote opportunities for poor workers and their families.Recommended text: Hubbuch, Writing Research Papers Across the Curriculum 5th Ed.
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