## Pakistan Development Review, Volume 16, Issues 1-3Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, 1977 - Pakistan |

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( i ) the series based on Longitudinal Registration - LR series of

the

the series obtained through the matching of LR and CS ( and by adding all the

four ...

( i ) the series based on Longitudinal Registration - LR series of

**estimates**; ( ii )the

**estimates**based on the Cross - sectional Survey CS series of**estimates**; ( iii )the series obtained through the matching of LR and CS ( and by adding all the

four ...

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Taking an

value of l ( 22h , is obtained from ... Using logit equation , a series of

B , one for each value of N , can be estimated as : B = Y + N - Y ( 2 ) / Y . ( 6 + N )

...

Taking an

**estimate**of childhood mortality ( usually 1 :) , as a starting point , a firstvalue of l ( 22h , is obtained from ... Using logit equation , a series of

**estimates**ofB , one for each value of N , can be estimated as : B = Y + N - Y ( 2 ) / Y . ( 6 + N )

...

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The Overall Picture Table 5 shows the total expenditure on food , housing and

education as derived from the previous

figures needed to reach B level targets , and our own

food ...

The Overall Picture Table 5 shows the total expenditure on food , housing and

education as derived from the previous

**estimates**. Table 6 includes the ILOfigures needed to reach B level targets , and our own

**estimates**on the basis offood ...

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### Contents

Table | 13 |

A Simple Optimisation Model for Cotton Processing Activities | 17 |

An Urban Poverty Line Estimate | 49 |

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additional adjusted age of marriage agricultural analysis areas assistance assumed assumption average Bangladesh basic births calculated capital changes child cloth coarse constraints consumption cost cotton couples deaths demand for contraception dependent desired determine developing countries discussion domestic earnings Economic educational level effect employment estimates exchange rate expected expenditure export factors fertility Figure foreign function given growth higher import substitution important included income increase indices industry Institute interest investment less living children lower major measure mortality needs Note number of living objective Pakistan parity percent period Planning population possible present problem production proportion ratio regression relative Report Research respectively returns rural savings social solutions Statistical Survey Table tion trade unit University urban variable wife wives yarn