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Children of the Recession [electronic resource]: The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Child Well-Being in Rich Countries

Fanjul, Gonzalo; UNICEF
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
New York : United Nations Children's Fund, The (UNICEF) Dec. 2014 London : Stationery Office, The [Distributor]
Language
English
Series
Innocenti Report Cards Ser
ISBN
9788865220306, 8865220309 (Trade Paper)
Target Audience
Scholarly & Professional
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Mode of access: World wide Web.
Series Statement
Innocenti Report Cards Ser. 12
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    a| Annotation b| The data and observations in this Innocenti Report Card reveal a strong and multifaceted correlation between the impact of the Great Recession on national economies and a decline in children's well-being since 2008. Children are suffering most, and will bear the consequences longest, in countries where the recession has hit hardest. For each country, the extent and character of the crisis's impact on children has been shaped by the depth of the recession, pre-existing economic conditions, the strength of the social safety net and, most importantly, policy responses. Remarkably, amid this unprecedented social crisis, many countries have managed to limit - or even reduce - child poverty. It was by no means inevitable, then, that children would be the most enduring victims of the recession.
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