Measuring aggregate welfare in developing countries : how well do national accounts and surveys agree? / Martin Ravallion Ravallion, Martin

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Ravallion, Martin
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Consumption (Economics) - Developing countries.; National income - Accounting - Developing countries.; Household surveys - Developing countries.
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The two sources of data on aggregate economic welfare, household surveys and national accounts, can yield different results. How large is this divergence? How is it changing over time? And how does it vary by region?
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