Social Panorama of Latin America 2014
Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean & United Nations
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The 2014 edition of Social Panorama of Latin America presents ECLAC measurements for the analysis of income poverty, taking, as well, a multidimensional approach to poverty. Applying these two approaches to data for the countries of the region provides confirmation that despite the progress made over the past decade, structural poverty is still a feature of Latin American society. In order to contribute to a more comprehensive design of public policies aimed at overcoming poverty and socioeconomic inequality, this edition examines recent trends in social spending and sets out a deeper gap analysis focused on three areas: youth and development, gender inequality in the labour market and urban residential segregation.
- Category: Economics
- Published: Jul 30, 2015
- Publisher: CEPAL
- Seller: United Nations Publications
- Print Length: 286 Pages
- Language: English