Computing Poverty measures with R vs. Stata. Rosendo Ramirez and Darryl McLeod. Professor Vinod RGroup presentation, May 1, 2014


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1 Computing Poverty measures with R vs. Stata Rosendo Ramirez and Darryl McLeod Professor Vinod RGroup presentation, May 1, 2014 Fordham University E530 Dealy 12 noon Outline of Presentation 1. Accessing survey data in R and Stata, Peru has a survey of about 25,000 persons, a longitudinal panel, 2007 to We are using the 2011 survey data, reading it first into Stata (it is published in Stata format by the Peruvian..???) 2. To make the survey same representative of the 30 million people in Peru, we have to weight each family by its relative prevalence in the national population. This weight scheme is accomplished by svyset in Stata and, more or less, by a subroutine called svydesign in R. 3. We also use a program called sepov to computer p(0), p(1) and p(2) three standard poverty measures derived from the FosterGreerThorbeke or FGT poverty index. 4. We find that the Stat and R routines are equally capable of computing basic poverty rates, but so far we have not been able to implement the survey design or weighting scheme Stata uses to make a HH survey representative of the entire population. 5. On the other hand, R is free and constantly being updated and it present capacity to handle large data sets such as the peru survey of 25,000 households is impressive. 6. As of this writing, Stata s panel data routines (not shown here) are a bit easier to use that those R. In fact we have not figured out how to load the entire 5 year Peruvian survey into R (suggestions welcome). Resources/Files Camtasia Tutorial for RStudio Early version (needs editing) (you can download this mp4 videos) How do I use the Stata survey (svy) commands? The Peruvian Nuevo Sol is the currency of Peru. Our currency rankings show that the most popular Peru Nuevo Sol exchange rate is the PEN to USD rate. The currency code for Nuevos Soles is PEN, and the currency symbol is S/.. Data: 2011 HH Survey data for Peru, from the Stata Do file for tutorial: Sample Stata output with notes All files on R files: R file for reading Stata survey data R inflation VAR data Prueba.R (not sure what this file is)
2 Background note on the FGT poverty and severity measures: the headcount or H or p(0) or the poverty gap (H*I where I has distance below the poverty line of the average poor person) and the severity measure p(2) or gap squared. A useful, encompassing measure of poverty is the Foster, Greer, Thorbeke (FGT) index, where n is total population, q is the population below the poverty line yp and yi is the income of poor person i. The income gap or shortfall of each poor q yp y i FGT (1/ n) vi where vi where yp is the poverty line, yi is the income of household i, y i 1 p q is the number of poor households, n is the number of households in the entire population. Suppose the poverty line is $400 and there are four poor people with of a total population (n) of 10. The two rural poor people have $200 annual income and the two urban poor have $300. When α = 0 and the FGT index p(0) equals the basic headcount measure of poverty (H). When α= 1 the FGT index p(1) is H*I, where I is the average income shortfall or (yp  ȳ)/yp where ȳ is the average income of the poor and again yp is the official poverty line. When α = 2 the FGT poverty index or P(2) is the sum of the average income gaps squared. This implies the poorest have more weight in the poverty index, so that if the government redistributes income to the poorest of the poor, the index p(2) falls most ( remember the neediest is the NY Times motto) The global standard for severe poverty is 38/month or $1.25 a day PPP in low income countries. Middle income countries like Peru use $2.50 per day or $76 per month as their severe poverty line or $4$5 per day for everyday or moderate poverty line. Note that the Peruvian currency, the Nuevo Sol trades at about 2.8 per dollar U.S. The PPP conversión factor for Peru is about 1.66 in other words a dollar in Peru (rural and urban) buy what a $1.66 would buy in the United Stats. Files: This Stata file contains the 24,000 HHs in the 2011 survey: sumaria2011.dta Do file program: sumaria.do Stata code clear * open the data use "D:\economic_research\rsoftware\fordham\sumaria2011", clear *set the data survey design svyset conglome [pw=facpob], strata(estrato) * monthly per capita expenditure National
3 tabstat gpcm [aw=facpob], stats(mean semean sd n ) * mean of monthly percapita expenditure  extreme poverty in local currency (soles) exchange rate = 2.8 Soles/US$ * National tabstat linpe if (estrato>=1) [aw=facpob], stats(mean p50) * Urban tabstat linpe if (estrato<6) [aw=facpob], stats(mean p50) *Rural tabstat linpe if (estrato>=6) [aw=facpob], stats(mean p50) * mean of monthly percapita expenditure  poverty in local currency (soles) exchange rate = 2.8 Soles/US$ * National tabstat linea if (estrato>=1) [aw=facpob], stats(mean p50) * Urban tabstat linea if (estrato<6) [aw=facpob], stats(mean p50) * Rural tabstat linea if (estrato>=6) [aw=facpob], stats(mean p50) * Extreme Poverty headcount * National sepov gpcm [w=facpob], povline(linea) * Urban sepov gpcm [w=facpob] if (estrato<6), povline(linea) * Rural sepov gpcm [w=facpob] if (estrato>=6), povline(linea) * Poverty headcount * National sepov gpcm [w=facpob], povline(linpe) * Urban sepov gpcm [w=facpob] if (estrato<6), povline(linpe) * Rural sepov gpcm [w=facpob] if (estrato>=6), povline(linpe)
4 Stata Results 1. * monthly per capita expenditure  National tabstat gpcm [aw=facpob], stats(mean semean sd n ) variable mean se(mean) sd N gpcm * mean of monthly percapita expenditure  extreme poverty in local currency (soles) exchange rate = 2.8 Soles/US$. * mean of monthly percapita expenditure  extreme poverty in local currency (soles) exchange rate = 2.8 Soles/US$. * National. tabstat linpe if (estrato>=1) [aw=facpob], stats(mean semean p50) variable mean se(mean) p linpe * Urban. tabstat linpe if (estrato<6) [aw=facpob], stats(mean semean p50) variable mean se(mean) p linpe *Rural. tabstat linpe if (estrato>=6) [aw=facpob], stats(mean semean p50) variable mean se(mean) p
5 linpe * mean of monthly percapita expenditure  poverty in local currency (soles) exchange rate = 2.8 Soles/US$. * National. tabstat linea if (estrato>=1) [aw=facpob], stats(mean semean p50) variable mean se(mean) p linea * Urban. tabstat linea if (estrato<6) [aw=facpob], stats(mean semean p50) variable mean se(mean) p linea * Rural. tabstat linea if (estrato>=6) [aw=facpob], stats(mean semean p50) variable mean se(mean) p linea
6 4.. * Poverty headcount. * National. sepov gpcm [w=facpob], povline(linea) (sampling weights assumed) Poverty measures for the variable gpcm: (unlabeled) Survey mean estimation pweight: facpob Number of obs = Strata: <one> Number of strata = 1 PSU: <observations> Number of PSUs = Population size = Mean Estimate Std. Err. [95% Conf. Interval] Deff p p p * Urban. sepov gpcm [w=facpob] if (estrato<6), povline(linea) (sampling weights assumed) Poverty measures for the variable gpcm: (unlabeled) Survey mean estimation pweight: facpob Number of obs = Strata: <one> Number of strata = 1 PSU: <observations> Number of PSUs = 15065
7 Population size = Mean Estimate Std. Err. [95% Conf. Interval] Deff p p p * Rural. sepov gpcm [w=facpob] if (estrato>=6), povline(linea) (sampling weights assumed) Poverty measures for the variable gpcm: (unlabeled) Survey mean estimation pweight: facpob Number of obs = 9744 Strata: <one> Number of strata = 1 PSU: <observations> Number of PSUs = 9744 Population size = Mean Estimate Std. Err. [95% Conf. Interval] Deff p p p
8 5.. * Extreme Poverty headcount. * National. sepov gpcm [w=facpob], povline(linpe) (sampling weights assumed) Poverty measures for the variable gpcm: (unlabeled) Survey mean estimation pweight: facpob Number of obs = Strata: <one> Number of strata = 1 PSU: <observations> Number of PSUs = Population size = Mean Estimate Std. Err. [95% Conf. Interval] Deff p p p * Urban. sepov gpcm [w=facpob] if (estrato<6), povline(linpe) (sampling weights assumed) Poverty measures for the variable gpcm: (unlabeled) Survey mean estimation pweight: facpob Number of obs = Strata: <one> Number of strata = 1
9 PSU: <observations> Number of PSUs = Population size = Mean Estimate Std. Err. [95% Conf. Interval] Deff p p p * Rural. sepov gpcm [w=facpob] if (estrato>=6), povline(linpe) (sampling weights assumed) Poverty measures for the variable gpcm: (unlabeled) Survey mean estimation pweight: facpob Number of obs = 9744 Strata: <one> Number of strata = 1 PSU: <observations> Number of PSUs = 9744 Population size = Mean Estimate Std. Err. [95% Conf. Interval] Deff p p p
10 Poverty measures with R Software # how to set a directory? setwd("d:/economic_research/rsoftware/fordham") # how to get a directory? getwd() # how to read a stata file? # download foreign package  Read Stata file in R Software # for example stata file: sumaria2011.dta, mus08psidextract.dta, etc c<read.dta("d:/economic_research/rsoftware/fordham/sumaria2011.dta") summary(~gpcm) # download survey package  Data survey poverty<svydesign(id=~conglome, strata=~estrato, weights=~facpob, data=c) monthly_percapita_expenditure<svymean(~gpcm, design=poverty) monthly_percapita_expenditure # download ineq package  Poverty package linea<svymean(~linea, design=poverty) linea linpe<svymean(~linpe, design=poverty) linpe pov(c$gpcm, , parameter=1, type ="Foster") pov(c$gpcm, , parameter=1, type ="Foster")
11 R Software Results > monthly_percapita_expenditure<svymean(~gpcm, design=poverty) 1. monthly_percapita_expenditure mean SE gpcm Comparison: We have the same mean monthly per capita expenditure but different standard error of mean Stata R software Mean gpcm SE(mean gpcm) > # download ineq package  Poverty package 2. > # mean monthly percapita expenditure National poverty line > linea<svymean(~linea, design=poverty) > linea mean SE linea > # mean monthly percapita expenditure National extreme poverty > linpe<svymean(~linpe, design=poverty) > linpe mean SE linpe Comparison We have the same mean monthly per capita expenditure extreme poverty but different standard error of mean. National Stata R Software Mean linpe SE Mean linpe
12 We have the same mean monthly per capita expenditure poverty but different standard error of mean. National Stata R Software Mean linpe SE Mean linpe > # mean monthly percapita expenditure  extreme poverty line National > # National extreme poverty headcount > pov(c$gpcm, , parameter=1, type ="Foster") [1] > # National poverty headcount > pov(c$gpcm, , parameter=1, type ="Foster") [1] > Comparison Stata takes the data survey design (wei ght) while R Software uses only the sample. National Stata (with Weighted sample) R Software (unweighted data) Headcount Extreme poverty Headcount Poverty I am trying to find other packages to work with poverty measures using data survey design. So far I found ineq package that works with sample no with data survey design (weight).
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