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Food Counts : Measuring Food Consumption and Expenditures in Household Consumption and Expenditure Surveys (English)

This special issue presents new evidence on the impact of survey design choices on the quality and availability of data collected in household consumption and expenditure surveys (HCES). The 13 studies in this issue analyze how different survey design options affect the quality of the data being collected and the implications for statistical inference and policy analysis. The studies offer practical insights into survey design for national statistical offices and survey practitioners worldwide, and also provide policymakers with improved tools and a better understanding of poverty, food security, and nutrition for effective policymaking.

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Zezza,Alberto Carletto,Calogero Fiedler,J. L. Gennari,P. Jolliffe,Dean Mitchell

Food Counts : Measuring Food Consumption and Expenditures in Household Consumption and Expenditure Surveys (English). Food Policy,vol. 72 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/354861587022725569/Food-Counts-Measuring-Food-Consumption-and-Expenditures-in-Household-Consumption-and-Expenditure-Surveys