Poverty and distributional analysis
Distributional Analysis Stata Package (DASP)
A free tool to help researchers and policy analysts conduct distribution of living standards analysis using Stata.
- Estimate the most popular statistics (indices, curves) for poverty, inequality, social welfare, and equity analysis
- Estimate the differences in these kinds of statistics
- Estimate standard errors and confidence intervals by taking full account of survey design;
- Support distributive analysis on more than one database
- Perform the most popular distributive decomposition procedures
- Check for the ethical robustness of distributive comparisons
- Unify syntax and parameter use across various estimation procedures for distributive analysis
Distributional Analysis/Analyse Distributive (DAD)
Free software to facilitate the analysis and the comparisons of social welfare, inequality, poverty and equity across distributions of standard living.
- To estimate a large number of indices and curves (useful for distributive comparisons)
- Provides asymptotic standard errors to enable statistical inference