Myroniuk, Tyler W.; Payne, Collin
Household living arrangements play a crucial role in survival efforts
throughout sub-Saharan Africa. Household living arrangements foster the
development of informal insurance that can mitigate economic or filial shocks,
and potentially improve the overall well-being of kin. However, scholarship in subSaharan African settings has not been able to, or has not attempted, to track how
households have changed and the coinciding changes in livelihood outcomes. We
ask whether changes in overall...[Show more]
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