Price indexes inequality and the measurement of world poverty

Being Poor, Feeling Poorer: Inequality, Poverty and Poverty Perceptions in the expectancy index, the education index and the income index), and such weighting is poverty measurement is complicated by the need to construct price deflators during from the World Economic Outlook and World Development Indicators. expenditure based poverty and inequality measures. CBI price index will result in slightly higher poverty rates, but it does not change the trend as shown in the.

theory; for being overly sensitive to measurements of PPP exchange rates; for not using poor-person price indexes to inflate poverty lines locally; and for not ade  But even this may be misleading if the price indexes weights, price indexes, and the global poverty line. inequality adjusted measure of mean expenditure  16 Jul 2014 There was a large downward revision of global income inequality. (2010), “ Price indexes, inequality, and the measurement of world poverty”,  and justify the use of 2011 PPP data to estimate global poverty and inequality, at least for Price indexes, inequality, and the measurement of world poverty.

17 Jan 2010 Global poverty and global inequality measures have a central place in a cosmopolitan vision of the world, in which international organizations 

Reply to Angus Deaton's paper, “Price Indexes, Inequality and the Measurement · of World Poverty”. Since its 1990 World Development Report (WDR) on  theory; for being overly sensitive to measurements of PPP exchange rates; for not using poor-person price indexes to inflate poverty lines locally; and for not ade  But even this may be misleading if the price indexes weights, price indexes, and the global poverty line. inequality adjusted measure of mean expenditure  16 Jul 2014 There was a large downward revision of global income inequality. (2010), “ Price indexes, inequality, and the measurement of world poverty”,  and justify the use of 2011 PPP data to estimate global poverty and inequality, at least for Price indexes, inequality, and the measurement of world poverty.

While there are some reasons to suspect the global poverty count may be too high, and by price shocks, exchange rate instability and stagflation in the major Note: The Gini coefficient is a measure of inequality, ranging from 0 to 1. relevant to how some countries fare under the Human Development Index (see Box 2).

Price Indexes, Inequality, and the Measurement of World Poverty by Angus Deaton. Published in volume 100, issue 1, pages 5-34 of American Economic 

I discuss the measurement of world poverty and inequality, with particular attention to the role of purchasing power parity (PPP) price indexes from the 

keywords: absolute poverty, diet problem, linear programming, World Bank poverty line “Price Indexes, Inequality, and the Measurement of World Poverty,” . developments in the discussion and measurement of global inequality in the country's general consumer price index (cpi) so that the ppp factors estimated for that year could of global inequality and poverty are sensitive to the price vector  

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): I discuss the statistical basis for measures of world poverty and inequality, with particular attention to the role of purchasing power parity price indexes from the International Comparison Project. Global inequality increased sharply with the latest revision of the ICP, but the recent large increase in global

Price Indexes, Inequality, and the Measurement of World Poverty by Angus Deaton. Published in volume 100, issue 1, pages 5-34 of American Economic  17 Jan 2010 Global poverty and global inequality measures have a central place in a cosmopolitan vision of the world, in which international organizations  I discuss the measurement of world poverty and inequality, with particular attention to the role of purchasing power parity (PPP) price indexes from the  Reply to Angus Deaton's paper, “Price Indexes, Inequality and the Measurement · of World Poverty”. Since its 1990 World Development Report (WDR) on  theory; for being overly sensitive to measurements of PPP exchange rates; for not using poor-person price indexes to inflate poverty lines locally; and for not ade 

17 Jan 2010 Global poverty and global inequality measures have a central place in a cosmopolitan vision of the world, in which international organizations  I discuss the measurement of world poverty and inequality, with particular attention to the role of purchasing power parity (PPP) price indexes from the  Reply to Angus Deaton's paper, “Price Indexes, Inequality and the Measurement · of World Poverty”. Since its 1990 World Development Report (WDR) on