Understanding Income Inequality

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

We need to do a better job of understanding social needs, both to improve our programs and measure their ultimate impact. I asked her what kind of insights could be gleaned by an anti-poverty group, say in Uruguay (to pick one country out of 50), accessing the LIS. She suggested: In Uruguay: What is the poverty rate among individuals and households (using any of a number of poverty lines – absolute or relative, national or regional)?