Central Data Catalog
Encuesta Nacional de Hogares sobre Medición de Niveles de Vida 1991
Living Standards Measurement Study (LSMS)
Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE)
January 30, 2020
January 30, 2020
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Ahuja, Vinod, and Elizabeth Redmond.
Economic and policy issues in livestock service delivery to the poor
Background paper for the FAO project memorandum “Pro-Poor Livestock Policy Initiative: Fostering the Policy Dialogue in Support of Equitable, Safe and Clean Livestock Farming (2001).
Sociopolitical instability, income shocks and household savings: Evidence from Peru
The Latin Americanist 54, no. 2 (2010): 75-94.
Weather variability, income shocks and savings of rural households in Peru
The Latin Americanist (2007).
Aldaz-Carrolli, Enrique, and Ricardo Moran.
Escaping the poverty trap in Latin America: The role of family factors
Cuadernos de economía 38, no. 114 (2001).
Financial infrastructure and income inequality: evidence from Peru
Financial Services and Poverty Reduction in Latin America and the Caribbean (2006).
The impact of financial structure on poverty reduction: a study using household data from Peru, 1985-2000 *.
Altamirano, Teofilo, James Copestake, Adolfo Figueroa, and Katie Wright.
Poverty studies in Peru: towards a more inclusive study of exclusion
Bruck, Tilman, Patricia Justino, Philip Verwimp, and Alexandra Avdeenko.
Identifying conflict and violence in micro-level surveys
HiCN Working Paper 79 (2004).
Carpio Ramirez, Miguel Ángel.
The Effects of Social Security Privatization on Consumption, Saving and Welfare: Evidence from Peru
Doctoral Thesis, UNIVERSITAT POMPEU FABRA, 2008.
Deaton, Angus, and Margaret Grosh.
Designing Household Survey Questionnaires for Developing Countries: Lessons from Ten Years of LSMS Experience
Indigenous peoples and sustainable development: The role of the inter-American development bank
Escobal A, Javier.
The determinants of nonfarm income diversification in Rural Peru
World Development 29, no. 3 (2001): 497-5.
Falaris M, Evangelos.
The effect of survey attrition in longitudinal surveys: evidence from Peru, Côte d'Ivoire and Vietnam
Journal of Development Economics 70, no. 1 (2003): 133 -.
Health modules in households surveys in Latin America and the Caribbean: An analysis of recent questionnaires
Public Policy and Health Program, Health and Human Development Division, Pan American Health Organization, Technical Report Series No. 72 (2000).
Measuring chronic poverty without a panel
Journal of Development Economics 65, no. 2 (2001).
Grosh E, Margaret.
The policymaking uses of multitopic household survey data: A primer
World Bank Research Observer 12, no. 2 (1997): 137-160.
Grosh, Margaret E, and Paul Glewwe.
A guide to Living Standards Measurement Study surveys and their data sets
Living Standards Measurement Study Working Paper No. 120 World Bank Publications, no. Discussion Paper No. 302 (1995).
Grosh, Margaret E, and Paul Glewwe Glewwe.
Data watch: The World Bank's Living Standards Measurement Study household surveys
Journal of Economic Perspectives 12, no. 1 (1998): 187-196.
Independent Evaluation Group (IEG),.
The welfare impact of rural electrification: A reassessment of the costs and benefits--An IEG impact evaluation
Washington, DC, United States of America: World Bank, 2008.
Judge, George, and Laura Schechter.
Detecting problems in survey data using Benford's Law
The Journal of Human Resources 44, no. 1 (2007): 1-24.
Kuiper, Marijke, Manda S Keita , and Bruno Barbier.
Developing country impacts--Evaluating case studies
: System for Environmental and Agricultural Modelling; Linking European Science and Society (SEAMLESS), 2007.
Self-employment earnings and returns to education in rural Peru
Journal of Development Studies 41, no. 7 (2005): 1247-1287.
Self-employment earnings: An empirical analysis of non-farm activities in rural Peru
Laszlo, Sonia, and Eric Santor.
Internal migration and borrowing constraints: Evidence from Peru
Development and Comp Systems (2004).
MacIsaac, Donna, and Martin Rama.
Mandatory severance pay in Peru: An assessment of its coverage and effects using panel data
MacIsaac, Donna J, and Harry A Patrinos.
Labour market discrimination against Indigenous people in Peru
Journal of Development Studies 32, no. 2 (1995): 218-233.
Mathers, Colin D, Ritu Sadana, Joshua A Salomon, Christopher J Murray, and Alan D Lopez.
Estimates of DALE for 191 countries: Methods and results
Global Programme on Evidence for Health Policy Working Paper No. 16 World Health Organization, no. Working Paper No. 16 (2000).
Moncada, Gilberto, and Jorge Ortega.
Medición de la inseguridad alimentaria en encuestas de hogares: Un método cualitativo factible de aplicar en América Latina y el Caribe
Murray, Christopher J, and David B Evans.
Health systems performance assessment: debates, methods and empiricism
Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization, 2003.
Child schooling in Peru: evidence from a sequential analysis of school progression
Journal of Population Economics (2004).
Patrinos, Harry A, and George Psacharopoulos.
Family size, schooling and child labor in Peru: An empirical analysis
Journal of Population Economics 10, no. 4 (1997).
Paxson, Christina, and Norbert Schady.
Child health and economic crisis in Peru
Paxson, Christina, and Norbert Schady.
Child health and the 1988-1992 economic crisis in Peru
Petrera, Margarita, and Luis Cadero.
Investments in Health: Social and Economic Returns
Health sector inequalities and poverty in Peru (2001).
Psacharopoulos, Eorge, and Arry A Patrinos.
Indigenous people and poverty in Latin America: An empirical analysis
Washington, DC, United States of America: World Bank, 1994.
Development and the distribution of living standards: a critique of the evolving data base
Review of Income and Wealth 49, no. 9 (2003).
Child health and its determinants in developing countries: a cross country comparison
Saavedra, Jaime, and Martin Valdivia.
Household and individual decision-making over the life cycle: a first look at evidence from Peruvian cohorts
Saavedra-Chanduvi, Jaime, and Juan Jose Diaz.
Changes in labor earnings dispersion in Peru: the roles of skills and institutions
Sadana, Ritu, Colin D Mathers, Alan D Lopez, Christopher J Murray, and Kim Iburg.
Comparative analyses of more than 50 household surveys on health status
WHO/GPE Discussion Paper 15 (2000).
The (positive) effect of macroeconomic crises on the schoolingand employment decisions of children in a middle-income country
Tedesco, Juan C, and Néstor López.
Challenges for secondary education in Latin America
Cepal Review (2002).
Torero, and Pasco-Font.
The social impact of privatization and the regulation of utilities in Peru
Torero, Maximo, and Alberto Pasco-Font.
Utility privatization and regulation: a fair deal for consumers?
The social impact of privatization and the regulation of utilities in Peru (2003).