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000259390 245__ $$aDeterminant of Poverty in Ethiopia
000259390 260__ $$c2015
000259390 269__ $$a2015-09-01
000259390 336__ $$aJournal Article
000259390 520__ $$aPoverty has turned out to be a great global social and economic problem. In Ethiopia, it is multifaceted and deep rooted. This study attempts to analyze the impact of socioeconomic and demographic characteristics of households on poverty in Ethiopia, using the latest Household Income, Consumption and Expenditure Survey (HICES) 2010-11. The study employs a logistic regression model to identify determinants of wellbeing of the household by considering per capita consumption as a dependent variable. Different households are classified as either poor or non-poor on the basis of absolute per capita consumption of Birr 3781. Results show owner of agricultural land, head (self-employed or employed in formal sector) are more likely to exit from poverty line. The results also reveal that female headed households, large family size and high dependency ratio are adversely affected.
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000259390 546__ $$aEnglish
000259390 650__ $$aFood Security and Poverty
000259390 6531_ $$aPoverty 
000259390 6531_ $$aConsumption 
000259390 6531_ $$aEthiopia
000259390 700__ $$aTeshome Kebede Deressa 
000259390 700__ $$aSharma, M.K. 
000259390 720__ $$aTadele Ferede $$eeditor
000259390 720__ $$aAbu Girma $$eeditor
000259390 720__ $$aGetnet Alemu $$eeditor
000259390 720__ $$aDemirew Getachew $$eeditor
000259390 773__ $$jVolume 23$$kNumber 1$$o132$$q113$$tEthiopian Journal of Economics
000259390 8560_ $$felale2001@gmail.com
000259390 8564_ $$s347640$$uhttp://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/259390/files/Teshome%20and%20Sharma_Determinant%20of%20Poverty%20in%20Ethiopia.pdf
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