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The ECIEL study of household income and consumption in urban Latin America
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|Other titles||E.C.I.E.L. study of household income and consumption in urban Latin America.|
|Series||LSMS working paper ;, no. 12|
|LC Classifications||HC130.I5 M87 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||82013527|
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Musgrove. The ECIEL study of household income and consumption in urban Latin America: an analytical history. [Philip Musgrove] ECIEL study of household income and consumption in urban Latin America. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. The ECIEL study of household income and consumption in urban Latin America: An anaytical history: El estudio The ECIEL study of household income and consumption in urban Latin America book del ingreso y consumo familiar en America Latina urbana: una historia analitica (Spanish)Author: P.
Musgrove. URBAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME AND CONSUMPTION IN LATIN AMERICA Programa de Estudios Conjuntos de Integracion Economica Latinoamericana (ECIEL) This study is based on household budget surveys conducted in eighteen major cities of ten South American countries. The project has two major objectives: One.
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Author: Philip Musgrove. Determinants of urban household consumption in Latin America: a summary of evidence from the ECIEL surveys. Income and Spending of Urban Families in Latin America: The ECIEL Consumption Study." Description: pages ; 23 cm.
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Chapter 2 of the report reviews the distribution of per capita household. The ECIEL study of household income and consumption in urban Latin America book Long-distance transportation between agricultural areas and urban markets lead to 10–30% losses in product.
The ECIEL study of household income and consumption in urban Latin America book prices and household income are major constraints (FAO et al., ). In Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), poor urban households spend 60–85% of their income on food (Ilbery, ; Mougeot, ).Cited by: 2.
For urban areas, energy consumption as share of total expenditure, a epresented by r. the line in the graph, accounts for about 9% in the lower deciles but above 10% for. the three higher deciles.
For rural households, it is about 8% in the lower deciles, and. Author: Eduardo Rodriguez-Oreggia, Rigoberto Ariel Yepez-Garcia. Inequality and Poverty in Latin America: Evidence from the Last Decade and Prospects for the Future, 1 As is the case with practically all inequality estimates based on household surveys, the Gini does not include non-monetary income and consumption of own production (common in poor rural areas) and excludes capital gains.
This paper discusses the evolution of housing conditions in urban areas of Latin America and the Caribbean from to based on data from household surveys done in 18 countries that comprise. 9 Income and Expenditure Surveys in Developing Countries: Sample Design and Execution No.
10 Reflections on the LSMS Group Meeting No. 11 Three Essays on a Sri Lanka Household Survey No. 12 The ECIEL Study of Household Income and Consumption in Urban Latin America: An Analytical History. 9 Income and Expenditure Surveys in Developing Countries: Sample Design and Execution No.
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All Latin American countries regularly carry out national household surveys that include income questions, and in some of them also questions on consumption expenditures. 52 In contrast, the situation in the Caribbean is much less favorable, as surveys are sporadic, and information is not easy to access.
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Similarly, rural households with a householder ages 25 to 44 had a median household income of $59, versus $58, for those in urban areas. Households with householders ages 45 to 64 had a higher median household income in urban areas than rural areas, $66, and $62, Income and Expenditure Surveys in DevelopingCountries: Sample Design and Execution.
Reflections on the LSMS Group Meeting.o. Three Essays on a Sri Lanka Household Survey No. The ECIEL Study of Household Income and. Consumption in Urban Latin America: An Analytical History. 13 Nutrition and Health Status Indicators: Suggestions.
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LIS Database. The Luxembourg Income Study Database (LIS) is the largest available income database of harmonised microdata collected from about 50 countries in Europe, North America, Latin America, Africa, Asia, and Australasia spanning five decades.
Harmonized into a common framework ( Template LIS User Guide), LIS datasets contain household- and person. Income poverty measurements generally use the physiological deprivation model1 to assess lack of access to economic resources (income) to satisfy basic material needs.
A person (or household) is considered poor if the person’s (or household’s) income cannot acquire the basket of goods and services used to define a threshold for poverty.
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This document presents information updated through the mids and analyzes patterns and trends of income inequality in Latin America. The measurement and analysis of inequality have long been a major topic of study for economics and other social sciences in.
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This section presents statistics on poverty, inequality, income and other socio-economic variables for all Latin American countries and several Caribbean included in the SEDLAC database.
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Income and Expenditure Surveys in Developing Countries: Sample Design and Execution. Reflections on the LSMS Group Meeting. Three Essays on a Sri Lanka Household Survey. The ECIEL Study of Household Income and Consumption in Urban Latin America: An Analytical History. In this paper we make estimates of the potential short-term economic impact of COVID on global monetary poverty through contractions in per capita household income or consumption.
Our estimates are based on three scenarios: low, medium, and high global contractions of 5, 10, and 20 per cent. Poverty in Latin America—with rates of 2% at the $/day standard and 10% at the $3/day standard—is not nearly as severe as African poverty.
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Material living standards: consider consumption, income and wealth jointly 2. Value unpaid labor that is time employed in the production of non market goods such as child care or home food production 3. Take a household view 4. Do not forget about each household situation: health status, education, family stability and structure 5.
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JEL Codes: D31, D63 estimating the lower bound of the share of household income and consumption inequality. Basic Model. Residential demand for electricity is a demand derived from the demand for a well-lit house, cooked food, hot water, and so on and can be specified using the basic framework of household production theory .According to the theory, households purchase input factors to produce the final goods, which appear as arguments in the household's utility Cited by:.
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