Article 1, found by Kim
This article describes two techniques which can measure poverty in a country, in this case Indonesia, and compares levels of poverty before and after policy changes. I didn’t read to whole article completely, it’s too long, but I did found the article quite interesting, because I never really thought of methods for measuring poverty in countries. I just never occurred to me that changes in policy have such a huge effect on the people who live in poverty. I know the article contains a lot of mathematics and diagrams, but sometimes I find it necessary to also read about the, so called, boring aspects of something you like.
Ravallion, M., & Huppi, M. (1991). Measuring Changes in Poverty: A Methodological Case Study of Indonesia during an Adjustment Period. Gevonden op zaterdag 12 mei 2012 op http://www-wds.worldbank.org/external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/1999/12/03/000178830_98101911461399/Rendered/PDF/multi_page.pdf