Study of the expenditure patterns & saving habits of ethnic minority groups in Lao PDR.
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Published by National Economic Research Institute, Concern Worldwide, Microfinance Capacity Building and Research (MCBR) Programme in Vientiane .
Written in English


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Other titlesKānsưksā kieokap phuttikam kānō̜m læ hūpbǣp kānsaichai khō̜ng pasāson sonphao nai Sō̜. Pō̜. Pō̜. Lāo
ContributionsSathāban Khonkhwā Sētthakit hǣng Sāt (Laos)
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Pagination40, 47 p. :
Number of Pages47
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Open LibraryOL16669874M
LC Control Number2006329807

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Lao PDR. • The results of the Study on ‘Poverty Measurement of Current Microfinance Clients’ conducted by the MCBR team. • Study results on ‘Expenditure Patterns and Savings Habits of Ethnic Minorities in Remote Parts of Lao PDR’ conducted by the MCBR team. Lao PDR. • The results of the Study on ‘Poverty Measurement of Current Microfinance Clients’ conducted by the MCBR team. • Study results on ‘Expenditure Patterns and Savings Habits of Ethnic Minorities in Remote Parts of Lao PDR’ conducted by the MCBR Size: 1MB. Impact of Public Expenditures on Ethnic groups and Women – Poverty and Social Impact Assessment (PSIA), Lao PDR, Phase 2, March 6 PART 2 Findings from the field SURVEYS 1. Xiengkhor District, Huaphan Province 2. Ta Oi and Lakhonphen Districts, Salavan Province 3. Thatend and Dakchung Districts, Sekong Province ANNEX 1. This empirical study was conducted in Savannakhet, Lao PDR, to examine the benefits of road development, its impact on livelihoods, and the link between livelihoods and mobility through the.

The authors then estimate and decompose a set of expenditure regressions which show that even if minority households had the same endowments as Kinh households, this would close no more than a third of the gap in per capita expenditures. While some ethnic minorities seem to be doing well with a strategy of assimilating (both culturally and. The people in the study villages consisted mainly of three ethnic groups: Lao, Khmu, and Hmong. 11) As Table 2 demonstrates, XL, SH, and SKA are nearly pure Lao villages and HC is a nearly pure Khmu village. The remaining villages are multiethnic. Another study that explored the financial expenditures of minority ethnic groups using the Vietnam Living Standards Survey revealed that ethnic minorities spent 13% .   Customary Practices of Ethnic Groups in Lao PDR Lao PDR officially recognizes 49 ethnic groups and sub-groups. Chamberlain (), however, identifies over ethnic groups or sub groups, pointing out that despite the geographic proximity between groups, the social and historical space may span thousands and even tens of thousands of years.

low SES individuals and ethnic minorities. Therefore, a research project was started with the aim of developing a lifestyle intervention study especially targeted at these groups. The project focuses on the adaptation of a life-style intervention study named SLIM (Study of Lifestyle intervention and Impaired glucose tolerance Maastricht).Cited by: 3. Gender differences in saving and spending behaviours of Thai students Article (PDF Available) in Research in Education 90(-1) September .   Together with a Lao colleague, I recently completed the above. The client (including, I have been informed, most INGOs and bilateral donors) hates it. So I am publishing it because we both believe it says some very important things. Table of content Glossary of Acronyms. iv Acknowledgements. v The Mapping Study. 1 Executive Summary.. Ethnic minority and economically disadvantaged populations have been historically underrepresented in social science research, and despite improvements in recent years, this trend continues today. Given the rapidly changing demographics of the United States, there is an acute need for more targeted research on these populations, which requires Cited by: