Factors explaining rural household incomes with recommendations for aiding the transition out of poverty: research findings of a small policy study under the poverty monitoring system (PMS)

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s.n., 1998 - Business & Economics - 94 pages
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49 Count agricultural policy Agriculture Development Division Blantyre ADD Blantyre and Shire burley tobacco calculation from NSSA cash crops ceteris paribus Charles Eliot Chilowa completion stage Costa Rica Coulombe Count Percent cultivated area category customary land dependency ratio dependent variable Development Division ADD Development Journal Distribution of households Effect of explanatory effect of location estate land estate sub-sector explanatory variables Farming Course attended female headed households food security gender inequalities Ghana heads by marital hectares higher income quintiles higher quintiles household heads households cultivated area households falling households from low households to higher households with heads income bracket income quintile versus irrigation Karonga ADD Kasungu ADD labour Land Tenure Lilongwe Livestock Development Strategy Location ADD logistic model logistic regression logit lowest income category lowest income quintile Machinga maize male headed households marital status Mauritania Mckay Mzuzu National Statistical Office NSSA data Number and percentage odds of remaining odds ratios Percentage Distribution percentage of household population densities Poverty in Malawi primary education probability of poverty proportion of households rural households Salima Sample Survey second continuation stage second income quintile Second Third Fourth sensitivity analysis Sex differentials sex of household Shire Valley smallholder farmers Standard Error standard of living Structural Adjustment Third Fourth Fifth third income quintile Total Income Group transition of households Vaccinations versus all higher Vulnerability Assessment World Bank

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