Ecuador poverty report
"Valuable report based on the Ecuador Living Standard Measurement Survey (1994). Uses total consumption expenditures. Provides a baseline reference for future work. Contrast with INEC's basic needs survey (item #bi 97002637#)"--Handbook of Latin AmericanStudies, v. 57.
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Poverty Estimates and Correlates
The Financing of Social Programs and Targeted Interventions
Basic Nutrition and Health Programs for the Poor
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activities agricultural analysis average basic services cantons capita centers Cisne consumer consumption Costa costs decline distribution earnings economic Ecuadoran educación electricity employment estimate expenditure quintile families farmers female FISE geographical Gini Coefficient Graph Guayaquil higher household head housing IESS important increase indigenous informal sector infrastructure INNFA investment labor force labor market land LSMS malnutrition malnutrition rates mandated benefits Melan minimum wage Ministry modern sector networks non-poor nutrition off-farm Oriente overall Paper parroquias participation percent pobres pobreza poor households population poverty line poverty measures primary education primary school production Quito reduce regions rural areas rural Ecuador rural poverty Rural Qualitative Assessment salary secondary school share social programs social security Source stochastic dominance strategies subsidy sucres Table targeting mechanisms UNICEF urban areas variables vulnerability Washington D.C. women workers World Bank