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Estimating the potential effects of poverty reduction policies

A description of the development of a poverty measure in Connecticut based on the National Academy of Science (NAS) recommendations and a simulation of alternative policies to reduce poverty as measured by NAS, based on data from the 2005 and 2006 Current Population Survey, Statistics of Income Data (SOI) from the Internal Revenue Service, and Connecticut administrative data
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United States

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