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By Nicholas M. Prescott, Menno Pradhan

ISBN-10: 0821340204

ISBN-13: 9780821340202

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Basic data are given on the level and distribution of living standards as measured by per capita household consumption expenditures. New poverty lines for Cambodia are estimated and used to make poverty comparisons for targeting purposes -- assessing differences among regions, sectors of employment, levels of education, gender and household size -- and to make international comparisons between Cambodia and other countries in East Asia. These consumption-based poverty comparisons are supplemented with an assessment of the distribution of various nonmonetary welfare indicators between the poor and the better off in Cambodia.

The SESC included 3,2079 people in 5,578 households. The survey was administered over four rounds to capture seasonal patterns in consumption. All sampling units were sampled in every round. The first round of the survey was conducted in the fall of 1993, the remaining three rounds in the succeeding three quarters of 1994. The survey distinguishes three main strata: Phnom Penh, Other Urban centers and the Rural areas. Sample Design Sample selection was based on a stratified two-stage random sample design.

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