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Poverty by Mind Map: Poverty

1. 1. definition of poverty

1.1. problems defining poverty

1.2. poverty in historical perspective

1.3. evolving views

2. 2. how do poor people live?

3. 3. types of poverty

3.1. absolute poverty

3.2. poverty lines

3.3. absolute and relative poverty

3.4. sufficientarianism

3.5. vulnerability

3.6. deep poverty

3.7. child poverty

4. 4. causes of poverty

4.1. bee sting theory of poverty

4.2. membership theory of poverty

4.3. segregation

4.4. racism

4.5. slavery

4.6. behavior

4.6.1. undeserving poor

4.6.2. culture of poverty

4.6.3. incentives and welfare queens

4.6.4. adaptive preferences

4.6.5. family structure - early and/or single motherhood

4.6.6. poverty of aspiration

4.6.7. poverty of willpower and of self-control

4.7. brain dysfunctions caused by early adversity

4.8. IQ

4.9. stress

4.10. government policy

4.10.1. land reform

4.10.2. resource curse

4.10.3. lack of free trade

4.10.4. incarceration

4.10.5. brain drain?

4.10.6. taxation and transfers

4.10.7. immigration restrictions

4.10.8. economic benefits of immigration

4.10.9. welfare state?

4.11. overpopulation?

4.12. poverty traps

4.13. poor economic growth

4.14. feedback between absolute and relative poverty

4.15. structure of income inequality

4.16. lack of social mobility

4.17. just world fallacy

4.18. bad luck

4.19. institutions

4.20. geography

4.21. according to the left and to the right

5. 5. solutions

5.1. poverty and charity

5.2. free trade

5.2.1. trade liberalization

5.3. welfare state and taxation

5.3.1. unemployment benefits

5.3.2. minimum wage

5.3.3. welfare vs charity

5.3.4. welfare and future generations

5.3.5. economic cost of taxation

5.3.6. basic income

5.4. economic growth

5.5. open borders

5.6. development aid - remittances

5.7. giving the poor money

6. 6. poverty traps

6.1. being poor makes you poor

6.2. lack of social mobility

6.3. poverty and ill health

6.4. obesity

6.5. membership theory of poverty

6.6. hereditary poverty

6.7. Matthew effect

7. 7. poverty and the economy

7.1. poverty and economic growth

7.2. poverty and globalization

7.3. trickle down economics

8. 8. poverty and human rights

8.1. is poverty a human rights violation?

8.2. economic human rights

8.2.1. poverty and the state

8.2.2. economic rights

9. 9. poverty and education

10. 10. poverty and health

10.1. better healthcare is more poverty?

10.2. poverty and depression

10.3. poverty and obesity

10.4. right to healthcare

11. 11. poverty and food

11.1. right to food

12. 12. poverty and homelessness

12.1. poverty and urbanization

12.2. poverty and slums

13. 13. poverty and freedom of movement

14. 14. poverty and privacy

15. 15. poverty and discrimination

15.1. poverty and gender discrimination

15.2. feminization of poverty

15.3. poverty and hate crime

15.4. poverty and race

16. 16. poverty and freedom

16.1. is poverty a denial of our freedom?

16.2. poverty and democracy

17. 17. poverty and crime

17.1. poverty as a cause of crime

17.2. criminalization of poverty

18. 18. poverty and terrorism

18.1. terrorism caused by poverty?

19. 19.poverty and psychology

19.1. bee sting theory of poverty

19.2. brain dysfunctions caused by early adversity

19.3. just world fallacy

19.4. adaptive preferences

19.5. poverty of aspiration

19.6. poverty of willpower and of self-control

20. 20. measurement of poverty

20.1. some measurement problems

20.2. absolute and relative poverty lines

20.3. multidimensional poverty

20.4. measuring income inequality

20.5. measuring hunger