A Poverty Profile of Cambodia

By Nicholas Prescott; Menno Pradhan | Go to book overview

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Grateful acknowledgements are due to the Ministry of Planning National Institute of Statistics, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) for granting permission to use the dataset of the Socio-Economic Survey (SESC) 1993/94. The SESC 1993/94 was conducted by the Strengthening Macroeconomic Management and Training Project in collaboration with the National Institute of Statistics and with the cosponsorship of ADB and UNDP. Special thanks are due to Andre Klap, Raja Korale and Mathew Varghese for their collaboration and support.

Note: Unless otherwise noted, the data sources for Tables and Figures are the authors’ compilations based on the SESC 1993/94

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Foreword v
  • Acknowledgments vi
  • Abstract vii
  • Executive Summary viii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Socio-Economic Survey of Cambodia, 1993–1994 3
  • 3 - Per Capita Consumption, Distribution and Inequality 7
  • 4 - Setting a Poverty Line for Cambodia 15
  • 5 - Poverty Comparisons for Targeting 21
  • 6 - International Poverty Comparisons 33
  • 7 - Comparison with Official Poverty Estimates 35
  • 8 - Characteristics of the Poor 39
  • 9 - Improving Poverty Analysis and Policy 41
  • References 47
  • Annex a - Civil Servants, Poverty and Earnings 49
  • Annex B - Analysis of Gender-Poverty Linkages 53
  • Annex C Poverty Tables 57
  • Annex D Reference Food Bundle 61
  • Annex E Technical Guide for Programmers 71
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