The accurate poverty alleviation in ethnic region from the perspective of multidimensional poverty: an analysis based on CHES2011 data

Sep. 12,2019
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This paper adopts methods for measuring multidimensional poverty to construct multidimensional poverty index system for studying multidimensional poverty in villages of ethnic region in China, and conducts empirical analysis of villages of ethnic region. The result reveals that multidimensional poverty has regional and ethnic differences. The multidimensional poverty in Guizhou, Guangxi and Hunan of Southwest China is worse than Ningxia, Qinghai, Xinjiang and Inner Mongolia of Northwest China. The multidimensional poverty of ethnic minorities is worse than the Han people. Like the income poverty, ethnic difference of multidimensional poverty is in accord with regional difference. The result of dimensional decomposition reveals that the most serious problems for rural poor households in ethnic region are education, terrain, natural disasters, fixed assets and others. Therefore, as for the implementation of the accurate poverty alleviation, it needs to comprehensively and scientifically accurate identify the poor people from the multidimensional perspective.

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