|In 2012 the proportion of people at risk of poverty or social exclusion in Iceland was the lowest in Europe. The rate in Iceland was 12.7% but 25% in the European Union. When focusing on those at risk of poverty the proportion was also lowest in Iceland or 7.9% compared to 17.1% within the European Union. The at-risk-of-poverty threshold is defined as 60% of median income in each country. Those who fall below that income threshold are considered to be at risk of poverty.|
- Opening address at the 2005 Nordic Seminar on Labour Market Statistics ReykjavÝk 22-24 September 2005.
A paper by HallgrÝmur Snorrason at the opening of the Nordic Seminar on Labour Market Statistics, ReykjavÝk 22-24 September 2005.
- Data sources for mobility research. Some methodological issues related to the use of matched employer-employee files and the Labour Force Survey.
Article by Ëmar Hararson, published by the Nordic Industrial Fund, 2001.
- Mobility Rates on Human Capital - The Nordic Countries case, 1988-1998. Article by Ëmar Hararson et al., published by the Nordic Industrial Fund, 2001