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What food stamps tell us about America's poorest

Incomes among the top 1% are on the rise in the US. Image: REUTERS/ Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES SOCIETY BUSINESS)

Martin Ravallion

Dean Mitchell Jolliffe

Senior Economist, World Bank

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Image: Ravallion et al. (2018).
Image: Ravallion et al. (2018).
Image: Ravallion et al. (2018).
Image: Based on estimates in the same source as Figure 3.

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