I. Cross country studies and a North-South comparison in the study of poverty.- 1. Bérenger, Valérie and Bresson, Florent. Axiomatic and Robust Multidimensional Poverty Measurements in Five Southern Mediterranean Countries.- 2. Fusco, Alessio, Guio, Anne-Catherine and Marlier Eric. Building a Material Deprivation Index in a Multinational Context: Lessons from the EU Experience.- II. Assessing poverty.- 3. Chakravarty, Satya and d'Ambrosio, Conchita. A Family of Unit Consistent Multidimensional Poverty Indices.- 4. Betti, Gianni, Çalik, Güllü, and Karaka s, Murat. Multidimensional Fuzzy Measures of Poverty and Inequality in Turkey at National and Regional Level.- 5. Bérenger, Valérie, Bresson, Florent, Makdissi, Paul, and Yazbeck, Myra. Regional and Sectoral Distribution of Poverty in Lebanon 2004.- 6. Ayadi, Mohamed and Chtioui, Naouel. A Non-Monetary Multidimensional Poverty Analysis in Tunisia using Generalized Sen-Shorrocks-Thon Measures.- 7. Ezzrari, Abdeljaouad and Verme, Paolo. A Multiple Correspondence Analysis Approach in the Measurement of Multidimensional Poverty in Morocco 2001-2007.- III. Focus on specific dimensions of poverty and social exclusion.- 8. Gottlieb, Daniel and Abu-Bader, Suleiman. Poverty, Education and Employment among the Arab-Bedouin in Israel.- 9. Haron, Naama. On Social Exclusion and Income Poverty in Israel. Findings from the European Social Survey.- 10. Mehchy, Zaki and Kabbani, Nader. Empowerment and Poverty in Rural Syria: a Case Study of Twenty Four Villages.- 11. AlAzzawi, Shireen and Said, Mona. Dynamics of Multidimensional Poverty and Trade Liberalization: Evidence from Panel Data for Egypt.
Contains contributions from well-known academics in the field of income inequality and poverty
Applies a multidimensional poverty approach to countries in the Southern Mediterranean
Helps researchers and policy-makers understanding the forces that will drive the Euro-Mediterranean relationships and determine the migration flows in coming years