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  • Consumption data show greater improvements in poverty rates and the depth of poverty than income data. Despite a range of public...

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Consumption and Income Poverty in the U.S.” (with James X. Sullivan) in The Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Poverty, edited by Philip N. Jefferson, 2012, 49-74.

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