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“…Most of them only constructed the detection index system of poverty-contributing factors from social capital, economic development, seldom considering the impact of natural conditions such as ecological environment and geographical location on poverty, and seldom analyzed the interaction mechanism of influencing factors among different levels. In addition, restricted by data acquisition, most studies at home and abroad took provincial, municipal, county, village and other geographic unit levels as identifying objects [27][28][29][30][31], and there were fewer studies on multi-level quantitative exploration aiming at micro-level of households. However, taking poor household as identifying unit can not only capture the characteristics of poverty more accurately, but also help local departments provide targeted assistance and household-specific policies [32].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
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“…Most of them only constructed the detection index system of poverty-contributing factors from social capital, economic development, seldom considering the impact of natural conditions such as ecological environment and geographical location on poverty, and seldom analyzed the interaction mechanism of influencing factors among different levels. In addition, restricted by data acquisition, most studies at home and abroad took provincial, municipal, county, village and other geographic unit levels as identifying objects [27][28][29][30][31], and there were fewer studies on multi-level quantitative exploration aiming at micro-level of households. However, taking poor household as identifying unit can not only capture the characteristics of poverty more accurately, but also help local departments provide targeted assistance and household-specific policies [32].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…In line with this importance, the ITP has received some attention in the economic literature (Deal et al, 1998;Castañeda and Aldaz-Carroll, 1999;Moore, 2003;Partridge and Rickman, 2005;Ludwig and Mayer, 2006;Duncan et al, 2007;Bird et al, 2010;Bigsten and Shimeles, 2011;Israeli and Weber, 2014;Canavire-Bacarreza and Robles, 2017) and, specifically, according to Bonahora (2005), the ITP can be seen as a special case of intergenerational socio-economic mobility, since the latter is defined as a change in the socio-economic status from one generation to the next.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning