Working class family income and expenditure survey, 1999-2000.
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Published by Govt. of India, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Labour Bureau in Chandigarh .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Cost and standard of living -- India -- Statistics,
  • Household surveys -- India,
  • Working class families -- India -- Statistics

Book details:

Edition Notes

Chiefly statistics.

GenreStatistics.
ContributionsIndia. Labour Bureau.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD7051.A-.Z5 (H1)+
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <1-6 > :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16729938M
LC Control Number2008307151

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  The "Working Class Family Income and Expenditure Survey " an update on the survey of , and used as a guide to salary allowances for workers, also shows rise in average monthly incomes per family, at constant prices, from Rs in to Rs 1, The per-capita income change at constant prices is Rs over Rs   The Household Income, Consumption, and Expenditure Survey covered both the urban the sedentary rural parts of the country. The survey has not covered six zones in Somalia Region and two zones in Afar Region that are inhabited mainly by nomadic population. For the purpose of the survey, the country was divided into three categories. Unemployment in India statistics has traditionally been collected, and Working Class Family Income and Expenditure Surveys and other regular and ad-hoc field surveys and studies on India published by third parties. the unemployment rate in India had increased from " percent in – to percent in –5". Estimates for average household income and the size of India's middle income households vary by source. Using World Bank's definition of middle income families to be those with per capita income between $10 to $50 per day, [7] the National Council of Applied Economic Research [8] of India completed a survey and concluded there were million.

  Data contained in the annual Family Expenditure Survey illustrates how the income gap between Britain's rich and poor continues to widen under the incumbent Labour government. Last year it. The UK Family Expenditure Survey (FES) (held under UK Data Archive generic study number ) is a continuous survey with an annual sample of aro households (about 1 in of all United Kingdom households) about 60 per cent of which co-operate by providing the interviewers with information about the household, household and personal incomes, certain payments that recur . The Working Class family Income and Expenditure Survey () for Delhi points to the fact that 53% of the families fall in the income class ‘less than Rs per month’, which is less than the minimum earning of a Government employee in Delhi.   In the existing series, the Working Class Family Income & Expenditure Survey was conducted during by the NSSO and a sample size of family budget schedules and house rent schedules (i.e. about a total of schedules) were canvassed from 78 industrially important centres of the country.

Family debt as a percentage of total family assets rose, according to this survey, from percent in to in What is known as the “debt burden of families,” or the ratio of total family debt service payments to total family income, rose over the same period, from percent to percent.   The / Household Income, Consurnption, and Survey covered both the urban and the sedentary rural parts of the country. The survey has not covered six zones in Somalia Region and two zones in Afar Region that are inhabited mainly by nomadic population. For the purpose of the survey, the country was divided into three categories. Bögenhold and Fachinger, () used repeated cross sectional data (RCS) in their empirical analysis which is based on the West German Income and Expenditure Survey (IES) in , , , and The results revealed that the relationship between income . With the exception of / and / when the survey was suspended for re-design, the GHS has been conducted for nearly forty years including its integration to the EU Statistics on.