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Social Protection : What about Young People not in Employment, nor in Education, nor in Training ?

The paper assesses the phenomenon of NEET, it identified the key factors that drive the probability to belong to this category and explore targeting measures. In fact, due to the low vote of youth employment and the precariousness of their status ...

Inequalities in the Context of Structural Transformation: Senegal Country Case Study

Since the late 1990s it has become a priority of Senegal to reduce inequality and poverty. The catalysts are the structural adjustment policies, which have had disastrous consequences on the living conditions of populations. The policies undertak...

Which Factors lead to Entry or Exit from Poverty in Developing Countries? A Meta-Analysis of Studies on the Dynamics of Poverty

This paper on the dynamics of poverty, identifies numerous factors which impact the probability of an individual or household entering into or exiting from a state of major deprivation. Education, demographics, agricultural and non agricultural as...

La Polarisation et les Inégalités de Revenus au Sénégal / Polarization and Income Inequality in Senegal

A polarized income distribution tends to have different homogeneous groups whose living standards may be very different. We use the approach considering that polarization comes from antagonisms generated by the combination of principles of identif...

Tendance de la pauvreté au Sénégal entre 1994 et 2001: une approche multidimensionnelle basée sur les ensembles flous /Trends in poverty in Senegal between 1994 and 2001: a Multidimensional Approach

In this work, we investigated the dominant dimensions of multidimensional poverty in Senegal between 1994 and 2001. Our main objective was to identify the trends of different aspects of poverty in Senegal between 1994 and 2001 using a multidimensi...

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