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Robustness of Poverty Estimates
Decompositions and Simulations
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access to markets adult equivalent Age of household capita changes chronic poverty completed primary school computations consumption expenditure consumption risk correlated current consumption decile decomposition Dercon determinants Dummy for household effects enset equation estimates Ethiopia ethnic group exogenous farming systems fixed-effects Gini coefficient Head completed primary headcount ratio household assets household characteristics household consumption household consumption expenditure household head household specific income distribution income inequality increased Kebede lagged consumption land Lorenz curve Mean age measure of poverty measurement error mimeo Morduch non-poor number of oxen Oromo P-value paper poor poverty and income poverty gap Poverty in Ethiopia poverty line poverty spell precautionary savings primary education proportional hazard proportional hazard model random Random effect models random-effects Ravallion re-entering re-entry rates regression reported result risk-adjusted rural and urban rural areas rural households statistically significant stochastic dominance Table teff unemployment unobserved household urban areas urban households vulnerability welfare Wife completed primary