Errors of exclusion (targeting)

“(E)xclusion error can be quantified as the proportion of people in poverty who are omitted from a social transfer programme.” See also: Errors of Inclusion (Targeting) Source: Sabates-Wheeler, R. et al. 2014. "Targeting social transfer programmes: Comparing design and implementation errors across alternative mechanisms". WIDER Working Paper, 2014/040. Helsinki: UNU-WIDER. < https://www.wider.unu.edu/publication/targeting-social-transfer-programmes >. Accessed 11 June 2020.

Errors of inclusion (targeting)

“(I)nclusion error can be quantified as the proportion of a programme’s beneficiaries who receive transfers despite not being poor.” See also: Errors of Exclusion (Targeting) Source: Sabates-Wheeler, R. et al . 2014. "Targeting social transfer programmes: Comparing design and implementation errors across alternative mechanisms". WIDER Working Paper , 2014/040. Helsinki: UNU-WIDER. < https://www.wider.unu.edu/publication/targeting-social-transfer-programmes >. Accessed 11 June 2020.