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Grosh, Margaret; Glewwe, Paul (2000)
Publisher: Washington, DC: World Bank
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: FERTILITY SURVEYS, WATERSHED, OPPORTUNITY COSTS, HOUSEHOLD ROSTER, HOUSEHOLD SURVEY DATA, POLLUTION, SURVEY DESIGN, ACID RAIN, SAVINGS, HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURE SURVEYS, SURVEY RESEARCH, POLICY GOALS, SURVEY METHODOLOGY, NONRENEWABLE RESOURCES, AIR QUALITY, ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS, POLICY DECISIONS, ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES, DEVELOPMENT NETWORK, EXPENDITURES, MONETARY TERMS, ACTIONS, QUALITATIVE DATA COLLECTION TECHNIQUES, WASTE DISPOSAL, SAMPLE SURVEYS, QUALITATIVE DATA, HOUSEHOLD SURVEY, DEVELOPMENT POLICY, RELATIVE VALUE, LIVING STANDARDS MEASUREMENT STUDY, MIGRATION STATISTICS, POLICY RELEVANCE, EDUCATIONAL SURVEYS, ENVIRONMENTAL AMENITIES, DRINKING WATER, CAUSAL RELATIONSHIPS, LSMS, SOCIAL DIMENSIONS, PRODUCTIVE ASSETS, ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES, SURVEY DATA, CHANGE, DESIGNING POLICIES, WATER SUPPLY, HOUSEHOLD INCOME, ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, PROPERTY RIGHTS, PERCEPTIONS, ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES, FISH, ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMISTS, STATISTICS, AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, Poverty Reduction - Poverty Impact Evaluation Health Economics and Finance Poverty Reduction - Poverty Assessment Social Development - Social Analysis Environmental Economics and Policies Environment Health, Nutrition and Population, ANTHROPOMETRY, HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS, RESOURCE USE, HOUSEHOLD SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRES, AGRICULTURAL SURVEYS, QUESTIONNAIRE DESIGN, HOUSING SURVEYS, HOUSING STATISTICS, TIME USE STATISTICS, DATA COLLECTING, ECONOMIC VALUE, RURAL AREAS, PUBLIC INTERVENTIONS, CONSUMPTION STATISTICS, TRADEOFFS, STATISTICAL OFFICE, ENVIRONMENTAL GOODS, HEALTH STATISTICS, ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES, OZONE LAYER, DATA REQUIREMENTS, DEFORESTATION, SAMPLE HOUSEHOLDS, DATA QUALITY, COAL, ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS, LIVING STANDARDS MEASUREMENT, HOUSEHOLD DATA, SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT, INCOME, QUESTIONNAIRE, NATURAL RESOURCES, SOCIOLOGY, COLLECTION ACTIVITIES, PANEL ANALYSIS, SOCIOECONOMIC SURVEYS, OIL, PRODUCTIVITY, ECONOMIC MODELS, DATA SETS, HOUSEHOLD SURVEY RESULTS, DAMAGE FUNCTION, SOCIAL DIMENSIONS OF ADJUSTMENT, PUBLIC HEALTH, CONTINGENT VALUATION, RENEWABLE RESOURCES, LIVING STANDARDS INDICATORS, URBAN AREAS, EMPLOYMENT, LAND RESOURCES, DATA COLLECTION, LIVING STANDARDS, HEALTH SURVEYS, STATISTICAL DATA, DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, PRODUCTION PROCESSES, ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, WILLINGNESS TO PAY HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS, HUMAN WELL-BEING, POLICY ANALYSIS, FISHERIES, EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS, AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS, FORESTRY
The objective of this book is to provide detailed advice on how to design multi-topic household surveys based on the experience of past household surveys. The book will help identify define objectives, identify data needed to analyze objectives, and draft questionnaires to collect such data. Much of the book is based on the experience of the World Bank's Living Standard's Measurement Study (LSMS) program, established in 1980 to explore ways the accuracy, timeliness, and policy relevance of household survey data collected in developing countries. It is part of an attempt to extend the range of policy issues that can be analyzed with LSMS data; to increase the reliability and accuracy of the surveys; and to make it easier to implement LSMS surveys. The books first discuss the "big picture" concerning the overall design of surveys, modules to be used, and procedures for combining modules into questionnaires and questionnaires into surveys. Individual modules are discussed in depth as well as major policy issues. The process of manipulating modules to form a better 'fit' in the case of a specific survey is examined. Specific modules include: consumption, education, health employment, anthropometry, non-labor income, housing, price data, environmental issues, fertility, household income, savings, household enterprises, and time use. The third volume provides draft questionnaires, referenced in the prior chapters.
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