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Age patterns of poverty trends between 2002 and 2005 The question of how far the risk of poverty among particular age groups has changed in recent years is difficult to answer because of the change in data sources. Nevertheless, some indication can be gained by relating the rates of different age groups to the national average. However, for only six countries — Belgium, Network on Income Distribution and Living Conditions 53 European Inequalities: Social Inclusion and Income Distribution in the European Union Denmark, Ireland, Greece, Luxembourg and Austria — are the data available to do this for a period of more than two years.
However, for only six countries — Belgium, Network on Income Distribution and Living Conditions 53 European Inequalities: Social Inclusion and Income Distribution in the European Union Denmark, Ireland, Greece, Luxembourg and Austria — are the data available to do this for a period of more than two years. 8, curves above the 100% line indicating an above-average risk of poverty, and those below a below-average risk. Two data points are compared: 2002 and 2005. 8: Relative poverty risk by age group in six EU countries, 2002–05 (poverty rate of the entire population in each year = 100%) Source: Own calculations based on the Eurostat New Cronos database Note: Relative poverty risk = poverty rate of a specific age group divided by the poverty rate for the entire population x 100.
99); EU-SILC: own calculations, except for the income year of 2006: KSH (2008, Table 1) 44 European Observatory on the Social Situation and Demography Chapter 2 The Factors Affecting the Risk of Poverty and Inequalities in Income Distribution Orsolya Lelkes, Márton Medgyesi and István György Tóth This chapter seeks to examine in more detail the risk of poverty and inequalities in the distribution of income in different parts of the EU and to consider the factors that underlie the findings presented in the previous chapter.