Over the past two decades poverty research has focused in particular on poverty dynamics—over the course of a life and generations - and on multi-dimensional, sometimes also cross-disciplinary, approaches. Progress in these directions has been made possible by more and better data, in particular longitudinal data and data that cover various dimensions of human well-being. However, not much effort has been made to integrate these different approaches. ...

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Grimm, M. (2010). Book review of “Poverty dynamics—interdisciplinary perspectives”, ed. by T. Addison, D. Hulme, and R. Kanbur. The Journal of Economic Inequality, 8(4), 1–4. doi:10.1007/s10888-010-9134-3