InGRID-2 working paper “Social status inequalities in child poverty in the European Union” has been published

The main objective of the report is to descriptively analyse child poverty and the relationship between parental background and material living conditions among children in the EU, while also capturing trajectories in the period of and following the Great Recession. The findings show that there is a considerable difference in the evolution of poverty and material living conditions of children within EU member states depending on what poverty concept and what measure is applied to monitor these trends. The paper was edited by our colleague,  András Gábos. He also contributed to the paper among others.