Identification requires accurate measures

Feb 24, 2012
When food prices spiked in 2008, the number of households that moved into poverty was overestimated by about 60 percent, according to a recent University of Illinois (U of I) study. In middle-income countries like Mexico with more diverse diets, households are able to substitute foods and cope with the change in prices.

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