Measurement of Welfare Change: A Review

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1995-11-01
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Hassan, Zuhair
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Center for Agricultural and Rural Development
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Three measure commonly used to evaluate the consumer welfare implications of a policy change are reviewed. The notion of consumer surplus is dealt with first, followed by an assessment of the concepts of compensating variation and equivalent variation. The relationships among the three concepts are also considered.

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