Economic data from poor countries can lack substance because of meager resources for proper statistical collection and because of an absence of data on smaller transactions, says Morten Jerven, an economist at Simon Fraser University. "We know much less about income and growth in African countries and in poor countries generally than we would like to think," he argues.
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