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An assessment of the Young Lives sampling approach in Peru

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Summary: This paper outlines the sampling methodology used by Young Lives in Peru and how it differs from that deployed by the teams in the other study countries. The Peru team selected study sites with a pro-poor bias by randomly choosing clusters of equal population from a sub-sample which excluded districts located in the top five per cent of the official poverty map developed in 2000 by the Fondo Nacional de Cooperación para el Desarrollo (FONCODES, the National Fund for Development and S...

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Eva Flores More by this author
Javier Escobal More by this author
Javier Escobal More by this author
Volume:
3
Series:
Young lives technical note
Publication date:
2008-03-05
URN:
uuid:2cb94a8e-5324-4c8e-be2d-d96a934c3953
Local pid:
oai:economics.ouls.ox.ac.uk:13175
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English

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