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AgEcon Search 8 records found
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The functional form used to represent expenditures or consumption as a function of income and household size (Engel relationship) dramatically affects estimates of elasti [...]
1979-04 | Journal Article |
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Household income, size, composition, location of residence, race, education, and employment status determine the percentage of income a household spends for food. This st [...]
1979-01 | Report |
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The effectiveness of pricing policies depends on the price elasticity of consumption. It is well documented that residential demand for water is influenced by heterogenei [...]
2010 | Journal Article |
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Statistical relationships called expenditure elasticities are detailed for 24 major food groups and 77 subgroups. They allow researchers and policymakers to anticipate wh [...]
1981-05 | Report |
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Poverty though a universal phenomenon, is the worst challenge in the modern era, which is termed as the age of information and technology. The present study was designed [...]
2014-01 | Journal Article |
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This report develops an accounting tool for measuring how the average benefit amount in the U.S. Food Stamp Program is affected by each major component of the rules that [...]
2001 | Report |

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