How much does good data matter? The case of resources available to children
Study Paper No. 27
Written by: Thomas Crossley, Jens Bonke and Lori Curtis
This study paper presents an analysis of the significance of data quality in estimating the resources available to children. Specifically, the analysis includes an examination of whether the measurement of inequality varies in value if it is possible to measure the total amount of care provided by both parents, and not just that provided by one.
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