publication . Preprint . 1985

General equilibrium basic needs policy model, (updating part).

Kouwenaar A;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 1985
Abstract
ILO pub-WEP pub-PREALC pub. Working paper, econometric model for the assessment of structural change affecting development planning for basic needs satisfaction in Ecuador - considers population growth, family size (households), labour force participation, labour supply, wages, income distribution, profit rates, capital ownership, etc.; examines nutrition, education and health as factors influencing productivity. Diagram, graph, references, statistical tables.
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free text keywords: WEP pub, PREALC pub, econometric model, structural change, development planning, basic needs, Ecuador, population growth, family size, household, labour force participation, labour supply, wages, income distribution, profit, capital, ownership, nutrition, education, health, productivity, graph, reference, statistical table, pub PME, pub PREALC, modèle économétrique, changement structurel, planification du développement, besoins essentiels, Equateur, croissance démographique, dimension de la famille, ménage, taux d'activité, offre de main-d'oeuvre, salaire, répartition du revenu, profit, capital, propriété, nutrition, éducation, santé, productivité, graphique, référence bibliographique, tableau statistique, pub PME, pub PREALC, modelo econométrico, cambio estructural, planificación del desarrollo, necesidades esenciales, Ecuador, crecimiento demográfico, tamaño de la familia, hogar, tasa de actividad de mano de obra, oferta de mano de obra, salario, distribución del ingreso, utilidad, capital, propiedad, nutrición, educación, salud, productividad, gráfico, referencia, cuadros estadísticos

Where: demands by sector and occupational category follow from section = X L (4.2.1) sn n 4.25 for processed meat and fish, 1.0 for all other processed food.

Estimates varied within the range for various products within the category; original classification translated into ours. For econometric estimates quarterly data 1968 (2)- 1975 (2) were used. See Dixon et al (1982: 185-188).

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