2 edition of Three standards of living for an urban family of four persons, Spring 1967 found in the catalog.
Three standards of living for an urban family of four persons, Spring 1967
Jean C. Brackett
|Other titles||3 standards of living.|
|Statement||Bureau of Labor Statistics.|
|Series||Bulletin -- 1570-5|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||92|
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specified standards of living for various types of families. In lieu of such a battery of family budgets, which would be costly and time-consuming to construct, family equiv alence scales have been developed for use with estimated budget costs for a specific type of family to . The term living standards can mean many different things. From a narrow economic viewpoint it means the average income in the community. In a broader sense it refers to welfare or quality of life. (1) While there is no single indicator that adequately measures living standards, an overview can be formed by considering a range of indicators. (2).
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