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August 2002, Vol. 125, No. 8
Experimental poverty measures: accounting for medical expendituresKathleen Short
Thesia I. Garner
Senior Research Economist, Division of Price and Index Number Research, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Alternate methods of measuring medical expenses affect the relative incidence of poverty, the depth of poverty experienced by the poor, and the number of people who are classified in extreme poverty.
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