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A Guide to Living Standards Measurement Study Surveys and their Data Sets

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  • Grosh, M.E.
  • Glewwe, P.

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  • Grosh, M.E. & Glewwe, P., 1995. "A Guide to Living Standards Measurement Study Surveys and their Data Sets," Papers 120, World Bank - Living Standards Measurement.
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