Pages tagged by "household surveys"

Fiscal-food policies are likely misinformed by biased price elasticities from household surveys: evidence from Melanesia

Fiscal-food policies use taxes to alter relative food prices so as to change diets and are suggested for reducing non-communicable diseases in the Pacific...

Poverty measurement: we know less than policy makers realize

There is a widespread policy interest in poverty estimates at both national and global level. There has been an explosion of poverty measurement in the...

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