PhD in Sociology, is a seniorresearcherat TÁRKI Social Research Institute (Budapest).His main fields of interest are in poverty and socialexclusion, childwell-being, and social policy.
Written by Andras Gabos
The relative well-being of children is, in principle, driven by a mix of socio-economic developments (business cycles, demographic trends, etc.) on the one hand and of policy responses on the other. When the paradigmatic elements of policies (the policy regimes themselves) change, things get more complicated. This is exactly what...Recession, Recovery, and Regime Change: Effects on Child Poverty in Hungary