|Type||Thesis or Dissertation - Master's thesis|
|Title||Poverty mapping: What can we really learn?|
I examine the problem of poverty mapping. I explain the difficulties of small area estimation arising from data sparseness and argue that any attempt to overcome this fundamental problem has to take the form of a conditional homogeneity assumption.
|»||South Africa - October Household Survey 1995|
|»||South Africa - South African Census 1996, 10% Sample|