ExpPov: The Experience of Poverty
in the Post-Industrial Economy
A research group hosted at Bocconi University and funded by the European Research Council
The aim of the ExpPov project is make major advancements in our understanding of the measurement, sources, and consequences of poverty and social inequality in high-income countries. Our four primary research focuses include (1) social policy analysis and evaluation, (2) poverty and inequality measurement, (3) understanding the sources of poverty, and (4) understanding the consequences of poverty. ExpPov is funded through an ERC Starting Grant and led by Zachary Parolin, Assistant Professor of Social Policy at Bocconi University.
Learn about our work on the sources and consequences of poverty on high-income countries.
Join our team as a Post-Doctoral Researcher, Research Fellow, or Junior Research Fellow and contribute to our research.
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