The Analysis of Household Surveys

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The Analysis of Household Surveys
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Publisher : World Bank Publications
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ISBN : 0801852544
Pages : 479 pages
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Using data from several countries, including Cote d'Ivoire, India, Pakistan, Taiwan, and Thailand, this book analyzes household survey data from developing countries and illustrates how such data can be used to cast light on a range of short-term and long-term policy issues.

The Analysis of Household Surveys

Using data from several countries, including Cote d'Ivoire, India, Pakistan, Taiwan, and Thailand, this book analyzes household survey data from developing countries and illustrates how such data can be used to cast light on a range of short-term and long-term policy issues.

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The Analysis of Household Surveys  Reissue Edition with a New Preface

Two decades after its original publication, The Analysis of Household Surveys is reissued with a new preface by its author, Sir Angus Deaton, recipient of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences. This classic work remains relevant to anyone with a serious interest in using household survey data to shed light

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The Analysis of Household Surveys

Using data from several countries, including Cote d'Ivoire, India, Pakistan, Taiwan, and Thailand, this book analyzes household survey data from developing countries and illustrates how such data can be used to cast light on a range of short-term and long-term policy issues.

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Comprehensive and informative document on the design, implementation, and use of household surveys in developing countries.

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Poverty Comparisons and Household Survey Design

World Bank Discussion Paper No. 356. The World Bank has become the world's largest lender in the health, nutrition, and population (HNP) sectors, requiring the institution to seek ever greater evidence that its work is effective on the ground. This paper reviews the literature on the causes of observed changes in

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Handbook of Nonresponse in Household Surveys

A comprehensive, one-stop guide to identifying, reducing, andmanaging nonresponse in household surveys Nonresponse and its impact on the sample selection mechanism ofa survey is a common problem that often arises while collectingsurvey data. Handbook of Nonresponse in Household Surveys is acomplete guide to handling the nonresponse problem, outliningstatistical methods and

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Mixed-mode surveys have become a standard at many statistical institutes. However, the introduction of multiple modes in one design goes with challenges to both methodology and logistics. Mode-specific representation and measurement differences become explicit and demand for solutions in data collection design, questionnaire design, and estimation. This is especially true

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Data deficiencies contribute to state fragility and exacerbate fragile states’ already limited capacity to provide basic services, public security and rule of law. The lack of robust, good quality data can also have a disabling effect on government efforts to manage political conflict, and indeed can worsen conflict, since violent

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