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Farm Household Well-Being: Comparing Consumption- and Income-Based Measures
Carol Adaire (au); Daniel Milkove (au); Laura Paszkiewicz (au)
Household economic well-being can be gauged by the financial resources (income/wealth) available to the household or by the standard of living enjoyed by household members (consumption). Based on responses to an annual Agricultural Resource Management Survey (ARMS), the Dept. of Agriculture has long published estimates of farm household income and wealth. This report presents, for the first time, estimates of consumption-based measures of well-being for farm households based on new questions in ARMS. The consumption measure provides a different perspective from income or wealth on farm households’ well-being relative to that of all U.S. households. Charts and tables.
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