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Income and expenditure surveys in developing countries

Mohammed Abdul Wahab

Income and expenditure surveys in developing countries

sample design and execution

by Mohammed Abdul Wahab

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C., U.S.A .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Developing countries,
  • Developing countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Cost and standard of living -- Developing countries -- Methodology.,
    • Household surveys -- Developing countries.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 124-216.

      StatementMohammed Abdul Wahab.
      SeriesLSMS working papers,, no. 9, LSMS working paper ;, no. 9.
      ContributionsWorld Bank. Development Research Dept.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD6978 .A27 1985
      The Physical Object
      Pagination126 p. ;
      Number of Pages126
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2531589M
      ISBN 100821300369
      LC Control Number85012222

      Household Income and Expenditure Survey 10 The Household Income and Expenditure Survey is one of GASTAT products that has been developed according to the following stages: First stage: Survey scope In this stage, statistical needs should be well understood and confirmed. Furthermore, possible solutions should be determined. The reported expenditure data was benchmarket to March , which was the midway point of the survey year. All expenditure before the end of February was inflated to March prices and all expenditure after March were deflated back to March .

      The main purpose of the Household Income Expenditure Survey (HIES) was to offer high quality and nationwide representative household data that provided information on incomes and expenditure in order to update the Consumer Price Index (CPI), improve National Accounts statistics, provide agricultural data and measure poverty as well as other socio-economic indicators. Designing Household Survey Questionnaires for Developing Countries: Lessons from 15 Years of the Living Standards Measurement Study is to provide detailed advice on how to design multi-topic household surveys based on the experience of past household surveys. The book will help identify define objectives, identify data needed to analyze.

        The first survey of income and expenditure, planned to be a pilot one, was undertaken in It was planned and carried out by the Committee of Statistic in three villages of Giza governorate on a sample of households where the total sampling frame in this area was households. The Household Expenditure Survey (HES) collects detailed information on the latest consumption expenditure of resident households in Singapore. Conducted once in five years since /73, the HES also obtains households’ demographic and socio-economic characteristics and ownership of .


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Income and expenditure surveys in developing countries by Mohammed Abdul Wahab Download PDF EPUB FB2

This study covers household income and expenditure surveys conducted during the last ten years in twenty-three different countries. It discusses: (i) purpose; (ii) coverage; (iii) frame; (iv) sampling design; (v) definitions used for household, income See More +.Cited by: 4. Get this from a library.

Income and expenditure surveys in developing countries: sample design and execution. [Mohammed Abdul Wahab; World Bank. Development Research Department.]. Get this from a library. Income and expenditure surveys in developing countries: sample design and execution. [Mohammed Abdul Wahab; World Bank.

Development Research Center.]. Designing household survey questionnaires for developing countries: lessons from 15 years of the Living Standards Measurement Study: Volume One (English) Abstract.

The objective of this book is to provide detailed advice on how to design multi-topic household surveys based on the experience of past household surveys. 2 Figures A.1 and A.2 in the annex display trends poverty rates in developing countries, as well as the incidence of poverty in developing countries according to exports sectors.

Figure 1 POVERTY HEADCOUNT RATIO (PER CENT OF POPULATION BELOW $2 A DAY) AND INEQUALITY IN DEVELOPING AND LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES, AVERAGESFile Size: 1MB. Household Sample Surveys in Developing and Transition Countries iv formulation, and programme implementation.

This programme largely contributed to the statistical development of many developing countries, especially in Africa, which benefited from a significant increase in the number and variety of surveys completed in the s. Furthermore. Household income and expenditure surveys regions’ 33% share of the world’s population.

In short, micronutrient deficiencies constitute a heavy disease burden that is shouldered disproportionately by the most vulnerable groups in the most disease-burdened countries on the planet.

Except for salt, progress in fortification has been slow. Chapter XII provides a general framework for analysing survey costs in the context of surveys conducted in developing and transition countries. Using empirical data, chapter XIII describes a cost.

Household surveys and the national accounts [ 4 ] Revised Draft in most developing countries major data gaps still occur. The description of the many uses of household survey information for national accounting that follows is therefore much more extensive than just deriving household expenditures for the expenditure approach of theFile Size: KB.

Household income and expenditure statistics serve a variety of purposes with respect to economic, social and other forms of description and analysis. Consumer price index (CPI) The CPI measures the changes over time in the cost of a “basket” of goods and services representative of households’ consumption expenditures.

Strengthening Household Income and Expenditure Surveys as a Tool for Designing and Assessing Food Fortification Programs John L. Fiedler European Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development IHSN WP No June In Februaryrepresentatives from developing countries and development agencies participated.

A Household Income and expenditure Survey is the sole source of information on expenditure, consumption and income patterns of households, which is used to calculate poverty and income distribution indicators.

It also serves as a statistical infrastructure for the compilation of the national basket of goods used to measure changes in price levels. All 15 low-income and 85% of the 23 middle-income countries said they used HTA for planning and budgeting. These results seem quite reassuring, although it should be considered that 42 out of 80 LMICs did not participate in the survey, and that lack of anonymity of respondents may have encouraged favorable : Gianluigi Casadei, Paola Minghetti.

Downloadable (with restrictions). The analysis of equity in the distribution of health care payments requires nationally representative income and expenditure surveys, containing information on health care payments and ability to pay.

Such national household surveys in developing countries collect limited information on out-of-pocket payments for health care but comprehensive information on.

Here are just four examples: (i) most spending on transfers may be captured by the middle class (Milanovic, 2), (ii) the same may apply to subsidies, which makes up an important share of government spending in developing countries (Rhee et al., 3), (iii) even expenditure on health and education may be received disproportionally in a.

In general, the developing countries tend to experience a more acute need for up-to-date data of the type provided by household income and expenditure surveys and an interval of not more than five years between surveys would be more appropriate in such countries.

(i) If a continuing survey is undertaken covering the full range of. Food Data Collection in Household Consumption and Expenditure Surveys This is a reference document for designing food consumption and expenditure modules in household surveys.

Food makes up the largest share of total household expenditure in low-income countries and. In view of the continuous changes in expenditure norms, income and price levels, in addition to internal and external population movements, it is necessary to update the household’s income and expenditure data from time to time.

Accordingly, it was essential to conduct the Household’s Expenditure and Income Survey in / While nationally representative household expenditure surveys were rare beforeand many were of dubious quality even into the s (von Braun and Puetz, ; Svedberg, ), since a number of major international programmes have been organized to support the collection of household survey data in developing countries.

Starting /, Household Income, Expenditure and Consumption Surveys were conducted each two years instead of five years. this would enable better tracking of the rapid changes in the level of the living standards of the Egyptian households.

CAPMAS started in / to follow a panel sample of around 40% of the total household sample size. sciences), comparisons between countries and across time periods are difficult and may not make sense always. For most developing countries, identifying the representative basket requires household income/expenditure surveys that can be costly.

For instance, althoughFile Size: KB.The main vehicle used to collect information on food consumption for these purposes are household consumption and expenditure surveys (HCES). However, current practices for collecting consumption data differ widely across types of surveys, between countries, and over time, compromising the quality and comparability of resulting data and measures.No.

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