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Economic Inequality in the ‘Democratic’ Nepal: Dimensions and Implications
Unformatted Document Text:  40 Wagle, Udaya. 2007. Are Economic Liberalization and Equality Compatible? Evidence from South Asia. World Development, 35(11), Forthcoming. WIDER. 2005. World Income Inequality Database (V 2.0a). World Institute for Development Economics Research, United Nations University. World Bank. 2002. Nepal Development Forum: Economic Update 2002. Washington, DC: The World Bank. World Bank. 2006. World Development Indicators 2006. Washington, DC: The World Bank. Appendix CBS a Author CBS a Author N (number of households) 3,373 3,379 3,912 3,911 Household consumption expenditures b 38,682 57,123 83,736 120,763 Per capita consumption expenditures b 6,802 10,949 15,848 24,747 Household income 43,732 41,615 80,111 80,432 Per capita income 7,690 9,707 15,162 17,248 Household adjusted income - 68,123 - 141,016 Per capita adjusted income - 12,971 - 29,533 Household wealth - 572,471 - 959,391 Per capita wealth - 107,370 - 199,552 Note: a CBS (2004a) b Consumption estimates from the CBS (2004a) Variable Table A Average Expenditures and Income in Nominal NRS 1996 2004

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Wagle, Udaya. 2007. Are Economic Liberalization and Equality Compatible? Evidence from
South Asia. World Development, 35(11), Forthcoming.
WIDER. 2005. World Income Inequality Database (V 2.0a). World Institute for Development
Economics Research, United Nations University.
World Bank. 2002. Nepal Development Forum: Economic Update 2002. Washington, DC: The
World Bank.
World Bank. 2006. World Development Indicators 2006. Washington, DC: The World Bank.
Appendix
CBS
a
Author
CBS
a
Author
N (number of households)
3,373
3,379
3,912
3,911
Household consumption expenditures
b
38,682
57,123
83,736
120,763
Per capita consumption expenditures
b
6,802
10,949
15,848
24,747
Household income
43,732
41,615
80,111
80,432
Per capita income
7,690
9,707
15,162
17,248
Household adjusted income
-
68,123
-
141,016
Per capita adjusted income
-
12,971
-
29,533
Household wealth
-
572,471
-
959,391
Per capita wealth
-
107,370
-
199,552
Note:
a
CBS (2004a)
b
Consumption estimates from the CBS (2004a)
Variable
Table A
Average Expenditures and Income in Nominal NRS
1996
2004


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