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Session 45:
Methodological issues in measuring poverty and human welfare

Wednesday, December 12
10:45 AM - 12:45 PM
Ngorongoro Wing. 7th Floor

Chair: Jane C. Falkingham, University of Southampton
Discussant: Francis Nii-Amoo Dodoo, Pennsylvania State University

  1. The commodity chain of the household: From survey design to policy planningErnestina E. Coast, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Sara Randall, University College London; Tiziana Leone, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Beth Bishop, University College London

  2. Poverty in Ghana is basically a rural phenomenon: Are we underestimating urban poverty?George Owusu, University of Ghana; Paul Yankson

  3. How can we learn about community socio-economic status and poverty in a developing country urban environment? An example from Johannesburg-Soweto, South AfricaZoe A. Sheppard, Loughborough University; Shane Norris, University of the Witwatersrand; John M Pettifor, University of the Witwatersrand and Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital; Noel Cameron, Loughborough University; Paula Griffiths, Loughborough University

  4. How should we translate survey questionnaires? An analysis of Kenyan DHS dataAlexander Weinreb, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Mariano Sana, Louisiana State University

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