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Fiji Islands Country Profile on Excluded Groups2

Narsey, W. (2007c) Gender Issues in Employment, Underemployment and Incomes, Fiji Islands Bureau of Statistics, Vanuavou Publications, Suva. Narsey, W. (2008) the Quantitative Analysis of Poverty in Fiji, Vanuavou Publications,

Poverty and Income Distribution findings of the

Poverty and Income Distribution in 2008-09 Professor Wadan Narsey Poverty and Income Distribution findings of the

November 2011 Integrating Economics into Resource and ...

non-food basic needs, Using the 2002-2003 FPL and BNPL estimates of Narsey (2008), and time series consumer price index (CPI) reported by the International Monetary Fund (www.imfstatistics.org), the 2008 equivalent measures of FPL and BNPL were estimated to be

GENDER ISSUES IN EMPLOYMENT, UNDEREMPLOYMENT AND INCOMES IN FIJI

ii USP Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data Narsey, Wadan Gender issues in employment, underemployment and incomes in Fiji:/ Wadan Narsey. - Suva, Fiji : Vanuavou Publications, 2007. xiii, p. 149; 30 cm.

Preliminary Report Poverty and Household Incomes in Fiji in ...

Preliminary Report . Poverty and Household Incomes in Fiji in 2008-09 (based on the 2008-09 Household Income and Expenditure Survey) Professor Wadan Narsey

Analysis by Household Income Deciles

Preliminary Report Poverty and Household Incomes in Fiji in 2008-09 (based on the 2008-09 Household Income and Expenditure Survey) Professor Wadan Narsey Toga Raikoti Epeli Waqavonovono i

A family business: Women, children and smallholder sugar cane ...

Narsey (1979: 107) cites several major advantages this size of farm gave to CSR. The average ten-acre size (4.05 hectare) was just enough to keep one family and encouraged the farmer to 'plant all the land with cane to obtain a decent income' (Narsey, 1979: 107). 5 Because the size was predicted to be too ...

Economic Costs of the 2009 Floods in the Fiji Sugar Belt and ...

Economic Costs of the 2009 Floods in the Fiji Sugar Belt and Policy Implications Padma Narsey Lal, Rashmi Rita and Neehal Khatri IUCN Oceania

Analysis by Household Income Deciles

Senior Bureau staff Mr Toga Raikoti (Acting Principal Statistician) and Mr Serevi Baledrokadroka (Senior Statistician, Survey Unit) were responsible for the processing and editing of the data, with the assistance of Ms Kim Robertson (SPC consultant). Dr Wadan Narsey analysed the data and prepared ...

The Determinants of Household Poverty in Fiji

Table 4: Percentage incidence of poverty (by division and rural/urban), 2002-2003 Central Eastern Northern Western All Rural 28 35 56 38 40 Urban 24 34 39 34 29 All 26 35 53 37 35 Source: Narsey (2008) 3.