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Conference Paper Postgraduate Workshop

How Important is Income Under-reporting for the Analysis of Income Inequality?

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14 May 1999

Abstract

As much as 50 per cent of some income sources are not reported in many household surveys. This paper shows how adjusting for income under-reporting can affect analysis of inequality and poverty over time and between countries

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