An assessment of income levels and distribution in one lowland and one highland village in West Java, Indonesia, 1979
Absolute poverty and great inequality are still major problems in Indonesia in spite of its increase income from oil. As Indonesia has no regular statistical series on income distribution, data from surveys the main purpose of which is not income distribution have had to be used. This fact introduces many problems in addition to the important theoretical problems of measurement and of lack of other statistical series against which to test income data. The Agro-Economic Surveys have...[Show more]
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