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This is simply an example and other sub-classifications could include prevalence of marketing boards (institutions), cost of doing business (markets, institutions), ease of access to finance and financial institutions (assets, markets, institutions) and other measures all of which could build a very useful typology for analysis and intervention if required. A better and more nuanced understanding of smallholder agriculture and the constraints to investment and other opportunities they face, would certainly improve Australia and other international partners’ capacities to respond effectively to need.
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Score: 563854.83 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ar/comment/4832
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For example, data at the household level can hide nuances at the individual level too. It is important to discuss the lack of data representative at sub-national levels but at the level of other relevant levels/groups to reflect different vulnerabilities such as livelihoods, urban vs. rural, refugee camps, people with disability etc.  3. (...) The following challenges to evidence use could be considered:  Generating data at the right level/ need for sub-national and individual data: data often does not have the right level of disaggregation (e.g. livelihood vs. administrative zones) and data at the sub-national level is often missing or incomplete which hides some of the nuances within specific countries and context. There is a need for more granular individual data to reflect different vulnerabilities (e.g. adolescent girls vs. 50 year old man). 
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Score: 812230.22 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ar/comment/10730
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Development Issues No. 2: Inequality Measurement | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Department of Economic and Social Affairs Economic Analysis Search UN DESA Home About Us Office of the Director Global Economic Monitoring Branch Development Research Branch Development Policy Branch Secretariat of the Committee for Development Policy Our Work Global Macroeconomic Prospects Development Research Committee for Development Policy Least Developed Countries (LDCs) Capacity Development Assistance Resources Reports Papers Presentations Toolkits Data News & Events Contact Us Home About Us Office of the Director Global Economic Monitoring Branch Development Research Branch Development Policy Branch Secretariat of the Committee for Development Policy Our Work Global Macroeconomic Prospects Development Research Committee for Development Policy Least Developed Countries (LDCs) Capacity Development Assistance Resources Reports Papers Presentations Toolkits Data News & Events Contact Us Home Development Issues No. 2: Inequality Measurement Development Issues No. 2: Inequality Measurement 21 October 2015 There are many measures of inequality that, when combined, provide nuance and depth to our understanding of how income is distributed.
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