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Measuring Poverty and Wellbeing in Developing Countries$

Channing Arndt and Finn Tarp

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780198744801

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2017

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198744801.001.0001

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(p.xi) List of Figures

(p.xi) List of Figures

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Measuring Poverty and Wellbeing in Developing Countries
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Oxford University Press

  1. 2.1. Illustration of the implications of substitution effects 17

  2. 3.1. Multidimensional first-order dominance comparisons of population wellbeing 29

  3. 5.1. Cumulative distributions of household per capita consumption, Ethiopia 2000–11 61

  4. 7.1. Estimated non-food share of total expenditure for different food poverty lines 96

  5. 7.2. Kernel density plots of consumption aggregates using different conversion factor sets 100

  6. 9.1. Poverty estimates using food energy intake (FEI) methodologies 129

  7. 9.2. National poverty headcounts for cost of basic needs (CBN) and FEI bundles without controlling for utility consistency 131

  8. 9.3. Poverty rates from official estimates, official methodology (FEI), and unadjusted and spatially adjusted CBN bundles 132

  9. 10.1. Density estimates for welfare indicators 148

  10. 10.2. Calories derived by the poor from different crops per region 151

  11. 10.3. Average price per kcal for different crops 152

  12. 11.1. Population A dominates population B 162

  13. 11.2. Population A and population B are indeterminate 162

  14. 13.1. Zones of Nigeria 197

  15. 13.2. Spatial rankings by state 208

  16. 13.3. Sensitivity of spatial rankings to the water and sanitation indicators, by state 209

  17. 13.4. Temporal FOD change compared to spatial rank change by state, 2008–13 212

  18. 14.1. Children aged 7–17 deprived by welfare indicator (per cent) 222

  19. 14.2. Relative contributions to the adjusted headcount ratio, M0, for children aged 7–17 by year 235

  20. 14.3. 2010 relative contributions to the adjusted headcount ratio, M0, for children aged 7–17, by area 235

  21. (p.xii) 15.1. Urban and rural poverty, 1996–2010 244

  22. 17.1. Consumption shares by consumption percentiles 286

  23. 17.2. Composition CPIs by country 288

  24. 17.3. Quantity CPIs by country and survey 289

  25. A1. Extra household weights used to estimate non-food expenditure 313