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Dealing with Poverty: Change and Continuity in Argentine Social Policies
Unformatted Document Text:  ANNEXE Table 1: Social Conditions (1989-2007) Year Rate of Employment* Rate of Unemployment** Rate of Sub- employment Population below the line of ***Poverty Indigence GBA TUA GBA TUA 1989 36,5 7,1 8,6 47,3 16,5 1990 36,5 6,3 8,9 33,7 6,6 1991 37,1 6,0 7,9 21,5 3,0 1992 37,4 7,0 8,1 17,8 3,2 1993 37,1 9,3 9,3 16,8 4,4 1994 35,8 12,1 10,4 19,0 3,5 1995 34,5 16,6 12,5 24,8 6,3 1996 34,6 17,3 13,6 27,9 7,5 1997 35,3 13,7 13,1 26,0 6,4 1998 36,9 12,4 13,6 25,9 6,9 1999 36,8 13,8 14,3 26,7 6,7 2000 36,5 14,7 14,6 28,9 7,7 2001 34,5 18,3 16,3 35,4 38,3 122 13,6 2002 35,3 17,8 19,9 54,3 57,5 247 27,5 2003 39,1 14,5 16,3 46,2 47,8 189 20,5 2004 40,4 12,1 14,3 37,7 40,2 140 15.0 2005 41,3 10,1 11,9 30.,9 33,8 103 12,2 2006 39,9 8,4 9,5 25,,5 26,9 8,0 8,7 2007 39,5 7,3 7,4 21,,8 23,4 8,2 8,2 *INDEC, EPH, October’s wave, total urban agglomerates. Since 2003: continual EPH, 4° quarter. For 2006 y 2007, third quarter. The measure includes beneficiaries of the PJyJH as employed. ** INDEC, EPH, October measurement, total urban agglomerates. Since 2003 continual EPH, 2° Semester. 2006 y 2007, 3° quarter. ***GBA=Gran Buenos Aires. TUA=Total Urban Agglomerates. From 2001 to 2006, 2° semester. For 2007, 1° semester. Source: INDEC (National Institute of Statistics and Census), EPH (Homes’ Permanent Survey), all data in percentages.

Authors: Perelmiter, Luisina.
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ANNEXE
Table 1: Social Conditions (1989-2007)
Year Rate of
Employment*
Rate of
Unemployment**
Rate of Sub-
employment
Population below the line of
***
Poverty
Indigence
GBA
TUA
GBA
TUA
1989 36,5
7,1
8,6
47,3
16,5
1990 36,5
6,3
8,9
33,7
6,6
1991 37,1
6,0
7,9
21,5
3,0
1992 37,4
7,0
8,1
17,8
3,2
1993 37,1
9,3
9,3
16,8
4,4
1994 35,8
12,1
10,4
19,0
3,5
1995 34,5
16,6
12,5
24,8
6,3
1996 34,6
17,3
13,6
27,9
7,5
1997 35,3
13,7
13,1
26,0
6,4
1998 36,9
12,4
13,6
25,9
6,9
1999 36,8
13,8
14,3
26,7
6,7
2000 36,5
14,7
14,6
28,9
7,7
2001 34,5
18,3
16,3
35,4
38,3 122
13,6
2002 35,3
17,8
19,9
54,3
57,5
247
27,5
2003 39,1
14,5
16,3
46,2
47,8
189
20,5
2004 40,4
12,1
14,3
37,7
40,2
140
15.0
2005 41,3
10,1
11,9
30.,9
33,8
103
12,2
2006 39,9
8,4
9,5
25,,5
26,9 8,0
8,7
2007 39,5
7,3
7,4
21,,8
23,4 8,2
8,2
*INDEC, EPH, October’s wave, total urban agglomerates. Since 2003: continual EPH, 4°
quarter. For 2006 y 2007, third quarter. The measure includes beneficiaries of the PJyJH as
employed.
** INDEC, EPH, October measurement, total urban agglomerates. Since 2003 continual EPH,
2° Semester. 2006 y 2007, 3° quarter.
***GBA=Gran Buenos Aires. TUA=Total Urban Agglomerates. From 2001 to 2006, 2°
semester. For 2007, 1° semester.
Source: INDEC (National Institute of Statistics and Census), EPH (Homes’ Permanent
Survey), all data in percentages.


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