On Measuring Shelter Deprivation in India
This paper presents a comprehensive composite index of shelter deprivation for the rural and urban households in the major states of the Indian union for a recent period. It combines indicators relating to four dimensions of shelter deprivation: (a) stark houselessness, (b) deprivation with respect to certain basic amenities, (c) deprivation in terms of quality of dwelling structure, and (d) overcrowding within a dwelling structure as well as overcrowding of dwelling structures in a limited space.
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Volume (Year): 30 (1995)
Issue (Month): 2 (July)
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