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The Problem of not Observing Small Expenditures in a Consumer Expenditure Survey

In consumer expenditure surveys one often faces the problem that full information on small consumption expenditures is not available. Suppose a panel of households is available, which is divided into two subsamples, say, A and B. For subsample B all expenditures are registered, but from subsample... Full description

1st Person: Alessie, Rob
Additional Persons: Gradus, Raymond verfasserin; Melenberg, Bertrand verfasserin
Source: in Journal of applied econometrics Vol. 5, No. 2 (1990), p. 151-166
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 1990
Keywords: research-article
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