Poverty transitions in nonremote Indigenous households: The role of labour marker and household dynamics
Using data from the Household Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey, this paper estimates year-to-year poverty entry and exit rates for Indigenous and non-Indigenous individuals living in nonremote areas of Australia. Indigenous Australians of working age have a higher probability of entering poverty and a lower probability of exiting poverty than non-Indigenous people. Changes in household size are the biggest triggers of poverty entry and exit for Indigenous people,...[Show more]
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