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The Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper and Poverty
Empirical Analysis and Results
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_Cut1 _cut2 adult Age2 Alemayehu Geda Animanow annex capita model Central change of dummy Coast Coef coefficients Consumption per adult-equivalent consumption-based measures Cut2 dependent variable determinants of poverty discrete change dummy variable Eastern Empsecd equation error Z P>|z estimation results explanatory variables extremely poor factors female education Germano Mwabu Hezron Hhsize identified important Income per adult-equivalent income-based models ISBN Karingi liberalisation in Kenya likelihood function log likelihood Macro Model Maddala Marginal effects Marymono Marypoly moderately poor Nairobi national sample Ndung'u NEast Njuguna non-poor North Eastern Province number of observations Nyangito Nyanza Occpd ordered logit model Oyugi P>W Sexd pm_cpae pm_ypae probability Po_cpc poverty in Kenya poverty lines poverty status Pr(_cut1 Primard primary education probability of poverty probit PRSP reducing poverty Reduction Strategy Paper regression RiftV rural areas rural sub-sample Secondd Stephen N Table Toholnow Univdd urban areas urban sub-sample Urbrur Variable dy/dx Std Western