4 edition of Measurement of inequality and poverty found in the catalog.
Contributed articles with reference to developing countries.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Series||Oxford in India readings., Oxford India paperbacks|
|Contributions||Subramanian, S. 1953-|
|LC Classifications||HC79.P6 M43 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 369 p. :|
|Number of Pages||369|
|LC Control Number||2001361479|
The third axiom is the weak transfer axiom which requires that the poverty measure be sensitive to changes in the income distribution of the poor. Consider, for example, a transfer of income from one poor household to another poor household where the MEASUREMENT OF INEQUALITY AND POVERTY later is relatively "richer" than the by: The Position of Mexico in the World: An Opportunity to Eradicate Poverty and Inequality Through Human Capital Implementation – Globalization in Mexico, Poverty and Inequality, Normativity, Poverty Measurement, Educational Reform: /ch The world's current dilemmas are focused on three alarming situations: environment, poverty, and food : Ruth Leticia Hidalgo, Amada Hidalgo, Ruth Ortiz, Sergio Demetrio Polo, Sofía Elizabeth Ávila.
in x is higher than in x0, or (ii) inequality in x0is higher than in x, or (iii)inequalityinx andx0isthesame.” Todothiswewouldjustneedan inequality index that is deﬁned up to a monotonic transformation. The same thing applies also to distributional orderings in terms of poverty – justsubstitutetheword“poverty”for“inequality Cited by: 3. The student doing a graduate course in the measurement of inequality and poverty is all too often plunged directly into the complexities of Schur-convex functions, dominance conditions, partial orders and the axiomatics of characterization theorems.
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These items were originally intended to test if popular perceptions of inequality followed axioms underlying the theory of inequality measurement (Cowell (Cowell, Finally, the last Author: Frank Cowell. For a broad overview of inequality measurement see Cowell ( Cowell (, ,Lambert () and for surveys of poverty measurement seeZheng (Zheng (, Inequality and poverty Author: Frank Cowell.
Measuring Poverty Around the World. Anthony B. Atkinson, edited by John Micklewright and Andrea Brandolini. Princeton University Press. Find this book: The British economist Sir Tony Atkinson () was an authority in the field of poverty and inequality, inspiring communities of scholars and significantly impacting the world of policy.
The handbook on poverty and inequality provides tools to measure, describe, monitor, evaluate, and analyze poverty. It provides background materials for designing poverty reduction strategies.
This book is intended for researchers and policy analysts Cited by: The book also presents a set of country studies with rich information on growth, poverty and inequality dynamics and the policy challenges that arise in marching toward inclusive growth in the People's Republic of China, Philippines, and Nepal.
and Inclusive Growth in Asia: Measurement, Policy Issues, and Country Studies. Juzhong Zhuang. A Unified Approach to Measuring Poverty and Inequality: Theory and Practice is an introduction to the theory and practice of measuring poverty and inequality, as well as a user's guide for analyzing income or consumption distribution for any standard household dataset using the World Bank's ADePT software.
The approach taken here considers income standards as building blocks for basic Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 22 cm. Contents: Introduction: the measurement of inequality and poverty / S.
Subramanian --Of the dustmen of London / Henry Mayhew --Methods of measuring the concentration of wealth / M.O. Lorenz --The measurement of income inequality / S.
Anand --How serious is the neglect of intra-household. The incidence of poverty: HCR The head count ratio (HCR) is the most common poverty measure I counts the number of people below a poverty line p I as a share of the population n HCR = HC n = P 1(yi.
This is a collection of writings on the measurement of poverty and inequality, a phenomenon widely observed in all modern societies. The book presents concepts and techniques, and their application in a developing country context, focusing on measurement-related issues.
Book Chapter Indicators of Inequality and Poverty. This essay aims at a broad, main-stream account of the literature on inequality and poverty measurement in the space of income and, additionally, deals with measures of disparity and deprivation in the more expanded domain of capabilities and functionings.
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poverty and inequality, as well as how PPP indexes need to be reweighted for use in poverty measurement. It argues, by reference to my related work with Olivier Dupriez (), that the reweighting, although a clear conceptual improvement, matters less than might be thought.
• Inequality matters for poverty. For a given level of average income, education, land ownership etc., increased inequality of these characteristics will almost always imply higher levels of both absolute and relative deprivation in these dimensions.
• Inequality matters for growth. As acknowledged in. This article focuses on the complexities and idiosyncrasies of poverty measurement, from its origins to current practice. It first considers various concepts of poverty and their measurement and how economists, social statisticians, public policy scholars, sociologists, and other social scientists have contributed to this literature.
It then discusses a few empirical estimates of poverty. Inequality and Poverty A Short Critical Introduction. Authors (view affiliations) S. Subramanian Some FAQs in the Economics of Poverty, Inequality, and Welfare. Subramanian. Pages Back Matter. Pages PDF.
About this book. Introduction. Keywords. Inequality Poverty Measurement Normative Values Distributive Justice and Welfare. Subramanian, S. (ed.) () Measurement of Inequality and Poverty, Readers in Economics Series (Delhi: Oxford University Press) (Re-issued in paperback).
Google Scholar Subramanian, S. () ‘Counting the Poor: An Elementary Difficulty in the Measurement of Poverty’, Economics and Philosophy, 18 (2): –Cited by: The high and insistent demand for in-depth and precise accounts of multidimensional poverty measurement motivates this book, which is aimed at graduate students in quantitative social sciences, researchers of poverty measurement, and technical staff in governments and international agencies who create multidimensional poverty measures.
Conceptualization and measurement of poverty have traditionally relied on purely economic approaches, with income or consumption as the only indicator. Multidimensional approaches have increasingly been used to understand poverty, but have yet to be fully operationalized.
This book uses factorBrand: Springer-Verlag New York. The final book from a towering pioneer in the study of poverty and inequality—a critically important examination of poverty around the world In this, his final book, economist Anthony Atkinson, one of the world’s great social scientists and a pioneer in the study of poverty and inequality, offers an inspiring analysis of a central question.
Poverty can change even when inequality does not move at all. Imagine a situation in which income for everyone in the population declines by 10%.
Poverty would rise, since a greater share of the population would now fall below the poverty line. However, inequality would be the same, because everyone suffered the same proportional loss. The book can be used as a text in advanced undergraduate and graduate courses dealing with the theory, model specifications, methods and applications of income and wealth distribution, income inequality and poverty assessment in measurement and the .Inequality, poverty and economic mobility in particular have a number of measurement challenges.
Gini Index. The most popular measurement of income inequality is the Gini index, which leverages a simple scale of to derive deviance from a given perfect equality point.The Measurement of Income Inequality With Stephen Jenkins An essential preliminary to any inequality study is clarification of the nature of the distribution to be analyzed to ensure that it represents the appropriate concept of economic power and does so for each constituent by: