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Household behavior in developing countries

Angus Deaton

Household behavior in developing countries

the first Simon Kuznets memorial lecture

by Angus Deaton

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Published by Yale University in New Haven, Conn. (27 Hillhouse Ave, Box 1987 Yale Sta., New Haven 06520) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Côte d"Ivoire
    • Subjects:
    • Cost and standard of living -- Côte d"Ivoire -- Econometric models.,
    • Households -- Côte d"Ivoire -- Econometric models.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementAngus Deaton.
      SeriesOccasional paper ;, no. 1, Occasional paper (Yale University. Economic Growth Center) ;, no. 1.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD7067 .D42 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination108 p. ;
      Number of Pages108
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2139790M
      LC Control Number88208293

      these countries, both positive and negative aspects and consequences of consumption will be described. It has long been recognized that consumption patterns in developing countries are influenced by the consumption behavior of richer societies. How widespread is this influence and what effects are produced on Third world consumers’ behavior areFile Size: KB.   In the developing economy literature the household production approach has been applied to analyze household decisions on specific goods such as nutrition and health (see for example Pitt and Rosenzweig, ), on human capital formation (see Section 3 of Strauss and Thomas, ), and on water collection (Ilahi and Grimard, ).Cited by:

      The three chapters in this dissertation add new knowledge to the current literature regarding the economic consequences of marital instability and family policies on household behavior . related to household welfare and household behavior. Both the question-naire and the data share are subject to high levels of quality control, which are transferred to host country institutions. The LSMS pioneered the use of extensive household surveys in devel-oping countries, collecting information on household expenditures onFile Size: 74KB.

      The paper reviews the savings behavior of households from the perspective of developing countries. Though the standard analytical framework used to explain savings in developed countries is still relevant to developing countries, it must be applied with Cited by: 5. This book reviews quantitative methods and models of impact evaluation. The formal literature on impact evaluation methods and practices is large, with a few useful overviews. Yet there is a need to put the theory into practice in a hands-on fashion for practitioners. This book also details.


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