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Estimation of adult equivalent scales for milk and milk products

, : Estimation of adult equivalent scales for milk and milk products. Indian Journal of Quantitative Economics 6(2): 55-68

An attempt was made to estimate adult equivalent scales for milk and milk products. These were subsequently used to arrive at the weighted household size. The study was based on family budget data from Haryana state, India, made available by the Indian National Sample Survey Organisation for the period 1977-78. The data for 4253 rural and 1671 urban households collected from 360 sample villages and 144 urban districts formed the basis of the study.

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