December 3, 2021

Latin America and the Caribbean should tap into big data to reduce the cost of measuring poverty

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By Luis Tejerina and Juan Miguel Villa From IDB According to the US government, the 2020 census could cost as much as $15.6 billion, or $49 per inhabitant. While in developing countries, according to a study of 77 countries carried out by Development Initiatives, the average cost of conducting a household survey ranges from $1 […]