Same Question but Different Answer Experimental Evidence on Questionnaire Design's Impact on Pverty Measured by Proxies
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- Kilic, Talip & Sohnesen, Thomas, 2015. "Same question but different answer : experimental evidence on questionnaire design's impact on poverty measured by proxies," Policy Research Working Paper Series 7182, The World Bank.
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