Jan , However, analysis using the synthetic panels points to the contrary Beneath the relatively stable poverty rates estimated with cross sectional data, there turns out to have been much churning out of as well as into poverty in Senegal in this same period Poor households were somewhat more likely to

Jan , Compare synthetic panel estimates with estimates derived from genuine (good quality) household panel data New evidence about the validity of synthetic panel estimates in rich countries, employing household estimates of persistent poverty rates The case of EU SILC , in Atkinson, Guio, Marlier (eds.)

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household heads But does the change of benchmark affect assessments of the validity of the synthetic panel approach We answer this question focusing on estimates of poverty exit and entry rates Figure displays estimates of these for HILDA (panel a) and BHPS (panel b) The figures have exactly the format as Figure

Panel data conventionally underpin the analysis of poverty mobility over time However, such data are not readily available for most developing countries Far more common are the snap shots of welfare captured by cross section surveys This paper proposes a method to construct synthetic panel data from cross sections

constructing pseudo panels treating each round of the panel as if it were an independent cross section survey We consider three different how pseudo panels approximate true poverty transition rates In Section we conclude with or, according to authors words, the synthetic panel The authors consider the case

Jun , step to obtain estimates on vulnerability to poverty in Korea, although at the cost of stronger assumptions and higher data requirements The proponents of synthetic panel methods for the study of individual mobility d on pseudo panel studies on dynamic models with continuous dependent variables,

Feb , sustained price increases) There is mixed evidence on the impact of short term fluctuations around a trend and periods of sustained drops in prices JEL Classification C, C, D, E, I, F Keywords food price, household welfare, child health, measurement error, pseudo panel, synthetic panel

constructing pseudo panels treating each round of the panel as if it were an independent cross section survey We complete the analysis making a final point about the calculation of poverty transition rates using pseudo panels pseudo panel or, according to the authors words, the synthetic panel The authors

Oct , of synthetic panels have been employed in welfare analysis as a substitute to actual panel data The present synthetic and authentic panel data that stem from two waves of a Mexican panel survey During a five year period, from to , there was a internal migration rate in México.

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