Pakistan Panel Tracking Survey

Published: 21-07-2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/k46nfbc8s5.1
Contributors:
Joyce Chen,
Katrina Kosec,
Valerie Mueller

Description

Data are drawn from the Pakistan Panel Tracking Survey (PPTS) conducted in Pakistan during September 2013 – July 2014, which tracked individuals last surveyed in 1991 as part of the International Food Policy Research Institute's (IFPRI's) Pakistan Panel Survey (PPS) (1986 – 1991). Includes information on migration, household composition, demographic characteristics, education, assets, consumption, subjective well-being, and aspirations.

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Do files: 1) Well_Being_Paper_Descriptives_WD.do produces Tables 1, 2, and 3 2) Well_Being_Paper_MNL_WD.do produces the output for Table 4 3) Well_Being_Paper_Matching_ByDest_WD.do produces the output used in Tables 5, 6, and 7. Note that only Model 2 results are reported in the paper, which includes ability as a covariate in OLS and as a matching variable. 4) Well_Being_Paper_Matching_All_WD.do produces the output used in Tables 8, A.1 and A.2. Note that only Model 2 results are reported in the paper, which includes ability as a covariate in OLS and as a matching variable. 5) Well_Being_Paper_Matching_WFamily_WD.do produces the output used in Table 9. Note that only Model 2 results are reported in the paper, which includes ability as a covariate in OLS and as a matching variable. Also, in the paper, matching estimates are only reported when using 2 matches in the analysis. 6) Well_Being_Paper_Matching_ByTimeofMove_WD.do produces the output used in Table 10. Note that only Model 2 results are reported in the paper, which includes ability as a covariate in OLS and as a matching variable. Also, in the paper, matching estimates are only reported when using 2 matches in the analysis. 7) Well_Being_Paper_Matching_ReturnMigrants_WD.do produces the output used in Tables A.3 and A.4. Note that only Model 2 results are reported in the paper, which includes ability as a covariate in OLS and as a matching variable.