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A teenager wears torn rubber boots in a muddy local market in Bac Ha, Viet Nam. As of 2005 figures, half the world population—more than 3 billion people–is estimated to live on less than USD 2.50 a day. Bac Ha, Viet Nam. UN Photo/Kibae Park.

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Are Neighbours Equal? Estimating Local Inequality in Three Developing Countries

Publisher:
UNU-WIDER
Series:
WIDER Discussion Paper
Volume:
2003/52
Title:
Are Neighbours Equal? Estimating Local Inequality in Three Developing Countries
Authors:
Chris Elbers, Peter Lanjouw, Johan Mistiaen, Berk Özler and Ken Simler
Publication date:
2003
ISBN Printed:
9291904902
ISBN Web:
9291904910
ISBN 13 Print:
9789291904907
ISBN 13 Web:
9789291904914
Copyright holder:
© UNU-WIDER
Copyright year:
2003
Keywords:
inequality measurement, Ecuador, Madagascar, Mozambique
JEL:
D63
Project:
Spatial Disparities in Human Development
Format:
online and printed copies

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