Poverty mapping based on first order dominance with an example from Mozambique
Channing Arndt (),
M. Azhar Hussain (),
Finn Tarp () and
Lars Peter Østerdal
No 15/2015, Discussion Papers of Business and Economics from University of Southern Denmark, Department of Business and Economics
We explore a novel first order dominance (FOD) approach to poverty mapping and compare its properties to small area estimation. The FOD approach uses census data directly; is straightforward to implement; is multidimensional allowing for a broad conception of welfare; and accounts rigorously for welfare distributions in both levels and trends. An application to Mozambique highlights the value of the approach, including its advantages in the monitoring and evaluation of public expenditures. We conclude that the FOD approach to poverty mapping constitutes a useful addition to the toolkit of policy analysts.
Keywords: First order dominance; poverty mapping; small area estimation; multidimensional poverty measurement; public expenditure evaluation; Mozambique (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C15 C81 I32 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 37 pages
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Journal Article: Poverty Mapping Based on First‐Order Dominance with an Example from Mozambique (2016)
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