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HI Peru as a Case Study for Analyzing Vulnerability
Household Characteristics Correlated with Poverty and Vulnerability
A Framework for Empirical Work
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Age of Head Area Head's Mother's assets Blue Collar Born in Lima Born in Rural Capita Consumption Cdte d'lvoire Changes in Consumption Consumption from 1985 consumption levels correlated with vulnerability covariance matrix decline Descriptive Statistics dummy variables econometric economic shocks Education Head Born Education Head's Father's Education Missing Head's Education Missing Parent(s endogenous variables envelope theorem equation exogenous Father White Collar Father's Education Missing female headed households functional forms Glewwe Head's Mother's Education head's parents homoscedasticity household characteristics Household Consumption household fixed effects household members Household received transfer households are less impact income informal insurance inter-household transfers KciM less vulnerable level regressions Lima Head Born Living Father White Log Cons90/Cons85 logarithmic LSMS macroeconomic shock Mother Self-Employed Mother's Education Head's Number of Children panel data random effects estimation reduces vulnerability risk aversion Rural Area Head's Schultz Sector Stelcner t-statistic transfer networks unobserved terms Variables Log vulnerable to macroeconomic World Bank