Poverty Over Time and Location: An Examination of Metro-Nonmetro Differences. Working Paper by John M. Ulimwengu and David S. Kraybill of the RUPRI Rural Poverty Research Center. August, 2004.

Poverty Over Time and Location: An Examination of Metro-Nonmetro Differences. Working Paper by John M. Ulimwengu and David S. Kraybill of the RUPRI Rural Poverty Research Center. August, 2004.

Poverty Over Time and Location: An Examination of Metro-Nonmetro Differences

Over locations, communities differ in industrial structure, density of economic activity, natural resources, public goods, and government policies and programs which may create disparities in living standards between geographical locations. In this paper, authors John M. Ulimwengu and David S. Kraybill of the RUPRI Rural Poverty Research Center use a framework that incorporates both time and space to analyze the differences between the dynamically poor living in metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas.

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