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April 2018 PovcalNet Update: What’s New

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  • Aziz Atamanov
  • Joao Pedro Azevedo
  • R. Andres Castaneda Aguilar
  • Shaohua Chen
  • Paul A. Corral Rodas
  • Reno Dewina
  • Carolina Diaz-Bonilla
  • Dean M. Jolliffe
  • Christoph Lakner
  • Kihoon Lee
  • Daniel Gerszon Mahler
  • Jose Montes
  • Rose Mungai
  • Minh C. Nguyen
  • Espen Beer Prydz
  • Prem Sangraula
  • Kinnon Scott
  • Ayago Esmubancha Wambile
  • Judy Yang
  • Qinghua Zhao

Abstract

The April 2018 update to PovcalNet involves several changes to the data underlying the global poverty estimates. Some welfare aggregates have been changed for improved harmonization, some surveys have been dropped due to data quality concerns, and some of the CPI and national accounts input data have been revised. This document details the content of and reasoning behind the changes made. In addition to the changes listed here, 97 new country-years have been added. This brings the total number of surveys to 1577.

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  • Aziz Atamanov & Joao Pedro Azevedo & R. Andres Castaneda Aguilar & Shaohua Chen & Paul A. Corral Rodas & Reno Dewina & Carolina Diaz-Bonilla & Dean M. Jolliffe & Christoph Lakner & Kihoon Lee & Daniel, 2018. "April 2018 PovcalNet Update: What’s New," Global Poverty Monitoring Technical Note Series 1, The World Bank.
  • Handle: RePEc:wbk:wbgpmt:1
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    1. Gutiérrez-Romero, Roxana & Ahamed, Mostak, 2021. "COVID-19 response needs to broaden financial inclusion to curb the rise in poverty," World Development, Elsevier, vol. 138(C).
    2. Vatn, Arild, 2020. "Institutions for sustainability—Towards an expanded research program for ecological economics," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 168(C).
    3. Mostak Ahamed & Roxana Guti'errez-Romero, 2020. "COVID-19 response needs to broaden financial inclusion to curb the rise in poverty," Papers 2006.10706, arXiv.org.
    4. Aziz Atamanov & R. Andres Castaneda Aguilar & Tony H.M.J. Fujs & Reno Dewina & Carolina Diaz-Bonilla & Daniel Gerszon Mahler & Dean Jolliffe & Christoph Lakner & Mikhail Matytsin & Jose Montes & Laura, 2020. "March 2020 PovcalNet Update," World Bank Other Operational Studies 33496, The World Bank.
    5. Aziz N. Berdiev & James W. Saunoris & Friedrich Schneider, 2020. "Poverty and the shadow economy: The role of governmental institutions," The World Economy, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 43(4), pages 921-947, April.

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