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Unformatted text preview: PCE decile Per capita calorie availability Per capita cultivable land Per capita expenditure means (6) (7) (2) (3) (4) (5) RS RJ RM RS RJ RS RJ 1 1772 2046 1429 0.066 0.083 284 347 2 2024 2245 na 0.068 0.091 354 473 3 2170 2450 na 0.073 0.092 400 555 4 2301 2479 na 0.072 0.091 442 633 5 2393 2513 na 0.078 0.090 485 714 6 2480 2612 na 0.074 0.095 532 804 7 2624 2675 na 0.077 0.094 586 920 8 2683 2787 na 0.082 0.097 654 1081 9 2834 2784 na 0.079 0.097 769 1321 10 3140 3057 3167 0.081 0.087 1156 2556 All 2442 2565 2120 0.075 0.092 566 941 Notes: Calorie availability for rural Sichuan (RS) and rural Jiangsu (RJ) is computed from SSB Rural Household Surveys, 1990. The source of the calorie figures for rural Maharashtra (RM) is Subramanian and Deaton (1993); na means not available. Per capita land refers to the mean per capita land holding for households in the relevant decile or deciles. Land is measured in hectares. PCE is measured in 1990 yuan. The computations are based on 5379 households for Sichuan and 3354 households for Jiangsu. 88 Asset Redistribution (1) Burgess (2004) Development Economics, LSE Summer School 2007 Table 3: Calorie Availability by Per Capita Expenditure (PCE) Decile: China and India ...
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