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The Official Journal of the Pan-Pacific Association of Input-Output Studies (PAPAIOS)

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Table 1 Socio-economic characteristics of the study village (2016).

From: Producing a village input–output table (VIOT) from household survey data: a case study of a VIOT for a rural village in northern Lao PDR

Characteristics Frequency Percentage (%) Characteristics Frequency Percentage (%)
Total population 720 100    
 Female 368 51.12 HH size 124 100
 Male 352 48.88 3–5 64 51.61
Gender of HH head 124 100 6–8 57 45.96
 Female 17 13.7 9–12 3 2.43
 Male 107 86.3 Land ownership 124 100
HH head status 124 100 Owned and operated 114 91.93
 Married 107 86.3 Borrowed and lent 10 8.06
 Widowed 17 13.7 Labor force 272 100
Age of HH head 124 100 Male 132 48.52
 20–30 10 8.06 Female 140 51.48
 31–40 30 24.19 Occupation 124 100
 41–50 31 25 Farming 122 98.38
 51–60 35 28.23 Civil Service 2 1.62
 > 60 18 14.52 Education Level 124 100
Farm size (Hectares) 124 100 No formal education 31 25
 0.0–1.0 78 62.9 Primary education 77 62.1
 1.0–2.0 20 16.12 Secondary education 15 12.1
 > 2 26 20.98 Higher education 1 0.8