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Urban-rural household expenditure pattern in Bangladesh

Motiur Rahman, Pk. Md.

Urban-rural household expenditure pattern in Bangladesh

by Motiur Rahman, Pk. Md.

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Published by Institute of Statistical Research and Training, University of Dacca in [Dacca] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bangladesh.
    • Subjects:
    • Cost and standard of living -- Bangladesh.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPk. Md. Motiur Rahman.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD7051.6 .M67 1980
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 36, [1] leaves ;
      Number of Pages36
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3926987M
      LC Control Number81900740

        Catastrophic health expenditure. Health expenditures are defined as catastrophic when OOP spending on healthcare exceeds a given threshold of a household’s capacity to pay (3,5).Since there was no consensus on the threshold proportion of household expenditures, which varied from 5% to 40%, we used various threshold levels (10%, 20%, 30%, and 40%). Bangladesh Statistics is a booklet which provides important demographic and Household and Housing Characteristics 9 Chapter IV Education and Health 19 Urban Rural. 17 Fig Maternal Mortality Ratio (Per live births) Mid-year Population.

      Example 2. Food quality in Bangladesh, /92 - / NAME OF SURVEY: Bangladesh Household Expenditure Surveys /92 and / DATA COLLECTION AGENCY: Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics, Statistics Division, Ministry of Planning, Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh. METHOD OF COLLECTION OF FOOD EXPENDITURE DATA: Face-to-face interviews . 3 UNDP, Bangladesh List of Acronyms BBS Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics CHT Chittagong Hill Tracts CSO Civil Society Organization CUS Centre for Urban Studies DP Development Partner GDP Gross Domestic Product GoB Government of Bangladesh HIES Household Income and Expenditure survey IOM International Organization for Migration.

      Bangladesh and Household Dietary Diversity Indicator Guide (Damton-Hill, Hassan et al. ; Swindale and Bilinsky All analyses for this chapter have been done using STATA version 9 and SPSS WIN version RESULTS As expected in the context of rural Bangladesh, the total amount (g) . This book presents a base-line study analysing the gender issues implicit in the public expenditure pattern of Bangladesh in the recent past (). Public expenditure affected men and women differently. It makes an attempt to determine who benefited from public expenditure in a gender-disaggregated s: 1.


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Urban-rural household expenditure pattern in Bangladesh by Motiur Rahman, Pk. Md. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bangladesh, both an agrarian and a very densely populated country, shows a chronical food deficit. The average food-grain import almost equals the quantity of grain required for its total urban population.

The country's population grows faster than food production increases. The urban population is growing even faster. It also has a) comparatively higher average per capita income, b) stronger Cited by: 4.

Design/methodology/approach. Using Bangladesh’s Household Income and Expenditure Surveya, b data, and applying a two-stage quadratic almost ideal system estimation procedure, the present study separately estimates the expenditure elasticities for rural and urban households for five food items: rice, wheat and rice and wheat products, pulses, fish and by: 9.

Household survey The household survey was conducted using a pre-coded questionnaire. The survey included detail re-call consumption expenditure data by food items for the last 72 hours, item-wise frequency of consumption, consumer profile, information on market sources of food consumed, and changes in consumption over the last five-year period.

Household expenditure for different biomass types to the total expenditure for energy were % for firewood, % for cow dung, % for branches, % for leaves & twigs, % for bamboo, % for straw and % for rice husk. The ratios of the expenditure on various sources to the total income of the household were % for Cited by: Background Rising healthcare expenditure is a growing concern in Bangladesh.

Nearly, % of the population with ill health does not seek treatment due to high healthcare expenditure (BBS ). Table 1 presents information on expenditure on energy by sources of energy, and by the rural-urban affiliation of the households over the sampled years.

Column 1 in Table 1 shows that, on average, a household spends BDT (Bangladesh Taka) thousand yearly on food and BDT thousand on fuel for domestic work. 1 Note that a representative household usually depends on a. In this study we used the nationally representative Household Income Expenditure Survey from Bangladesh.

Detailed household-level food consumption data including both ethnic and region-specific foods were collected over 14 days, consisting of 7 visits each collecting two days of. Xin Y, Qian J, Xu L, Tang S, Gao J, Critchley JA. The impact of smoking and quitting on household expenditure patterns and medical care costs in China.

Tob Control. ; 18 (2)– doi: /tc [PMC free article]. Within the framework of providing economic and social databases that reflect the reality of household expenditure, consumption and income, and in view of the continuous changes in expenditure patterns, income levels and prices in addition to internal and external population movements, it was necessary to update the household expenditure and income survey data as the Department of Statistics.

research with the secondary data of Household Income and Expenditure Survey Bangladesh, Sorting the divided into Urban, Rural, and City corporation areas. A total of 48, households were chosen for the survey Household expenditure pattern.

EXPENDITURE PER HOUSEHOLD ON MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS BY QUINTILES, consumption expenditure and consumption pattern at national and provincial level with urban/rural breakdown. The consumption quintiles have beenused which areimportant and more realistic tool of data.

Urban-Rural Household Expenditure Patterns in Bangladesh: Institute of Statistical Research and Training (ISRT), University of Dhaka, November, A Study on the Identification of Causes of Low Attendance and Estimation of Dropout from Schools with Special Reference to Class I and Girls Students: (sponsored by UNICEF), Dhaka   The main purpose of the Household Income Expenditure Survey (HIES) was to offer high quality and nationwide representative household data that provided information on incomes and expenditure in order to update the Consumer Price Index (CPI), improve National Accounts statistics, provide agricultural data and measure poverty as well as other socio-economic indicators.

Food and health expenditure patterns in urban and rural Ecuador: Analysis of household budget survey data [Immink, Maarten D. C] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Food and health expenditure patterns in urban and rural Ecuador: Analysis of household budget survey dataAuthor: Maarten D.

C Immink. Abstract: This paper examines the household consumption patterns separately for the urban and the rural sectors in Pakistan by estimating the marginal expenditure shares and expenditure elasticities, for twelve broad commodity groups, using household level data for the year At the sectoral level, the marginal expenditure shares are.

We analyzed data from the Bangladesh Household Income and Expenditure Survey to examine the differences in consumption expenditure pattern between tobacco user and non-user households. We further categorize tobacco user households in three mutually exclusive groups of smoking-only, smokeless-only, and dual (both smoking and smokeless); and.

Household spending is the amount of final consumption expenditure made by resident households to meet their everyday needs, such as food, clothing, housing (rent), energy, transport, durable goods (notably cars), health costs, leisure, and miscellaneous services.

Downloadable. Three aspects of rural poverty in Bangladesh have been examined in this paper: the trend of poverty over the decade of the s, the evolving pattern of poverty among different population groups over the same decade, and identification of the major determinants of poverty in rural Bangladesh.

For the first two exercises, data from the Household Income and Expenditure Survey. Book. The report is based on the Household Income and expenditure survey conducted during January to December This particular survey is the main data source for estimating household income, expenditure, consumption and poverty situation of the country.

16 Abdul Ghani Road, Dhaka, Bangladesh. "Household Consumption Patterns in Pakistan: An Urban-Rural Comparison Using Micro Data," The Pakistan Development Review, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, vol.

30(2), pages Deaton,Angus & Muellbauer,John, "Economics and Consumer Behavior," Cambridge Books, Cambridge University Press, number. Using the and National Household Income and Expenditure Surveys, this study examines the urban and rural dimensions of the role of education in income inequality in Bangladesh.Given a fixed household budget, the consumption of essential household commodities are affected by their decision to smoke or not, especially in low-income households.

In this study, we carried out the analysis of household expenditure pattern, poverty levels and the impact of tobacco expenditure on household consumption of essential.Abstract Objectives: To identify groups within rural and urban Bangladesh demonstrating similar socio-economic characteristics and food consumption patterns.

Design: A household survey was conducted in a variety of locations in Dhaka Division to collect information from rural, and urban household.