Guide to the video
Part 1: Why a Renewed Interest in Multidimensional Poverty Measures?
11:06 1: Relevant data is increasing
13:12 2: Multiple poverty measures are exploding
14:50 3: The 2010 Human Development Report – three new indices
16:50 4: Technical resources do not reflect human development
17:33 5: The political demand is increasing
24:18 Introduction to the Stiglitz Sen Fitoussi Commission
32:33 Focus of the Stiglitz Sen Fitoussi Commission
Part 2: Why Multidimensional Poverty Measures?
34:28 Income measures are incomplete
38:45 Justifications of multidimensional poverty measures
Part 3: The Debates of Multidimensional Poverty Measures
40:57 The two major challenges for multidimensional poverty measures; why replace incomes? why a composite index?
45:09 First challenge posed by (among other Ravallion): monetary poverty is multidimensional
47:29 The answer to the challenge: the problems with monetary poverty
55:23 Second challenge: why not use the dash board approach to multidimensional poverty measures?
61:23 The answer to the challenge: the problems with the dash board approach to multidimensional poverty
70:17 The empirical challenge to multidimensional poverty
74:47 Challenges, improvements and best practices of multidimensional poverty measures
83:00 An overview “the reasons for using a multidimensional poverty measure”