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Selected aspects the economic situation in rural households with precarious income
 
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Department of Economics Poznań University of Life Sciences
Publication date: 2020-06-01
 
Problemy Polityki Społecznej 2013;23:73–84
 
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The main objective of this paper is to highlight some aspects of the economic situation of households with uncertain income. The article presents a subjective assessment of the respondents about changes in their household budget in the past, and the anticipation of change in the near future. On the basis of interviews, an assessment of the level of satisfaction of selected household needs of the rural population of uncertain income was conducted. It also presents areas of life in which most respondents are forced to make savings. Empirical material contained in the article comes from studies carried out in the framework of research project number UMO-2011/01/B/ HS5/01034 funded by the National Science Center, on the title “The standard of living of the rural population of uncertain income in Poland” and they are part of the project. Survey interviews were conducted in 2012 among the rural population of uncertain income in Poland.
 
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