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A 2003 social accounting matrix for Kenya

Jane Kiringai

A 2003 social accounting matrix for Kenya

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by Jane Kiringai

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Published by Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis in Nairobi, Kenya .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJane Kiringai ... [et al.].
SeriesKIPPRA discussion paper -- no. 72
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC865.Z9 I5127 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 28 p. :
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24464101M
ISBN 109966777229
LC Control Number2009349719
OCLC/WorldCa428823561

and Social Accounting Matrix for Kenya for the year The study will simulate; an increase in minimum wage workers wage in the formal sector for urban and rural areas. Here, wages will increase but at a different scope - as is the case with the revision policy of minimum wages in the country. (CGE) Models. This report presents the Social Accounting Matrix of Kenya for the year , describing its specific structure and the basis for its estimation. In this sense, it is necessary to highlight the special structure of this SAM to reflect the Home Production for.

A national Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) for Peru and sub-national matrices for the Coastal and Sierra/Selva regions Responsible body: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) Network / . Pyatt, F Graham & Round, Jeffery I, "Accounting and Fixed Price Multipliers in a Social Accounting Matrix Framework," Economic Journal, Royal Economic Society, vol. 89(), pages , i, Stephen N. & Siriwardana, Mahinda., "A CGE model analysis of effects of adjustment to terms of trade shocks on agriculture and income distribution in Kenya," Journal of.

As a result, a Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) for Kenya should include all three types of productive agricultural agents. In Kenya, the self‐consumption of commodities covers a significant proportion of food consumed, especially in rural areas and by households with lower chances of finding off‐farm jobs. The study highlights the levels of income inequality in Kenya, and its implications on various policy options targeted at reducing poverty. Using the Kenya Social Accounting Matrix (SAM), a multiplier analyses is conducted to identify and examine the effects of the different policy options on the various household incomes. SAM and multiplier.


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The Kenya Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) is a consistent data framework that captures the information contained in the national income and product accounts and the input-output table, as well as the monetary flows between households, government and other institutions.

A Social A ccounting Matrix (S AM) is a comprehensive and economy-wide database recording data about all transactions between ec onomic agents in a certain economy during a certain period of time. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more.

Gender Disparities and Economic Growth in Kenya: A Social Accounting Matrix Approach Bernadette Mukhwana Wanjala Macroeconomics Division, Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, P.O. BoxNairobi,Kenya Correspondence [email protected] by: The Accounting Framework: A Social Accounting Matrix At this stage, we want to explore the Mozambican economy in order to capture its essential elements for utilisation in building CGE models.

Then, we want to exploit the comprehensive framework of a SAM to address our empirical issue. In this way, we will easily be able to sum.

Oil Price Shocks, Poverty, and Gender: A Social Accounting Matrix Analysis for Kenya Jean-Pascal Nganou, Juan Carlos Parra, and Quentin Wodon† Following pioneering work by Stone (), among others, social accounting matrices (SAMs) have been used as consistent accounting frameworks reconciling national income and product.

Appendix A: The Social Accounting Matrix The Input- Output Table 19 1 13 22 27 1 30 44 73 The Kenya SAM is too dated and lacks disaggregation V needed to effectively analyse the economy-wide effects of the government’s social policies and the millennium development goals, which form an important part of social Size: KB.

The Kenya Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) is the base for a dynamic computable general equilibrium (CGE) model of Kenya, which is an extension of the standard CGE modelling framework developed at IFPRI. The SAM disaggregates the entire Kenyan economy into 33 production sectors, of which 15 are agricultural sectors.

How to cite this book: Breisinger, C., M. Thomas, and J. Thurlow. Social accounting matrices and multiplier analysis: An introduction with exercises.

Food Security in Practice technical guide 5. Washington, D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute. DOI: /fsp5 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication DataFile Size: 3MB.

A consistent and convenient means of compiling a benchmark equilibrium dataset is the social accounting matrix (SAM). This data framework has been extensively applied to developing countries under promotion by the World Bank and has been more recently applied to developed countries.

HC The Nairobi basic needs basket HC A social accounting matrix for Kenya There are no comments for this item. “A Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) for Kenya”, Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, Nairobi, and International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, D.C. Author: Pasquale Lucio Scandizzo, Maria Rita Pierleoni, Daniele Cufari.

Disaggregation of the MacroSAM into a matrix with a large sectoral breakdown (MicroSAM) suitable for the calibration of MAMS – use data in MacroSAM as control totalsFile Size: KB.

This paper describes the structure and estimation of a Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) of Kenya for the year Among its specificities, this SAM includes a very high disaggregation of the agri.

This paper sought to construct a social accounting matrix for Kenya given that the most recent SAM dates back to The objective of this exercise was to construct a micro SAM incorporating accounts of individual activities, primary factors, and economic institutions and to.

This paper sought to construct a social accounting matrix for Kenya given that the most recent SAM dates back to The objective of this exercise was to construct a micro SAM incorpo “Kenya Vision ” has been put in place as the vehicle that will accelerate the transformation of the country into a rapidly industrialized middle-income nation by Author: Miriam Omolo.

This chapter sets out the framework of a social accounting matrix (SAM) and shows how it can be used to construct SAM-based multipliers to analyse the effects of macroeconomic policies on distribution and poverty. Estimates provided by a social accounting matrix (SAM) can be useful even essential for calibrating a much broader class of models to do with monitoring poverty and income distribution.

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A Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) can be defined as a presentation of the system of national accounts (United Nations, ) in a matrix only the process of producing goods and services is presented in a matrix (usually referred to as input–output tables and supply and use tables) but also all other, nonfinancial and financial, transactions and positions.

computable general equilibrium (CGE) models that are calibrated on the basis of a social accounting matrix for Kenya. The first model is the International Food and Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) Standard CGE Model that we use to conduct shock simulations that entail changing the world price of .INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTABLE GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM MODELS Computable general equilibrium (CGE) models are widely used by govern-mental organizations and academic institutions to analyze the economywide effects of events such as climate change, tax policies, and immigration.

This book is a practical, how-to guide to CGE models that is suitable for.of these primary products, the country has turned to do this, a social accounting matrix model is used. tourism as an alternative (Akama, ). This approach has the advantage of taking account For Kenya, it has been argued that tourism rep- of the interrelationships between tourism and otherFile Size: KB.