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Both baskets are also estimated differently for urban and rural areas, providing a more precise measurement of each living space. On the other hand, the social rights dimension considers educational gap, access to health services, access to social security, quality of housing, access to basic services in the dwelling and access to food. Each of these six indicators represents universal, interdependent and indivisible human rights and the lack of any one of them implies a level of deprivation. Speciﬁcally, someone is considered vulnerable due to social deprivation if she lacks at least one social right, but has enough income to attain the wellbeing threshold.
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Contemporary Issues in Microeconomics by Joseph E. Stiglitz, Martin Guzman