IPPA Public Lecture: June 14th: Household Surveys New Techniques and Methodologies
June 14th 2018, 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic
Senior Economist, Survey Specialist
Development Data Survey Unit, World Bank
Poverty and Equity Global Practice, World Bank
The presentation will provide insights into the current recommendations for collecting data in household surveys to monitor and measure household well-being. The increasing demands for information, such as the Sustainable Development Goals, and the increasing needs for analyses at more dis-aggregated levels, have led to larger data collection efforts in terms of questionnaires and sample sizes. In addition, public interest in having access to information has intensified. At the same time, however, participation in providing responses needed to produce the reports is declining. The presentation will offer ideas on topics included in household surveys regarding how best to collect quality data and some ideas on methodologies that are being used to reduce the burden on respondents.
Diane Steele is a Senior Economist, Survey Specialist in the World Bank’s Development Data Survey Unit. She has worked with the Living Standards Measurement Study (LSMS) for over 20 years. Ms Steele is a survey specialist who designs, administers and implements household surveys. She has worked with countries around the world to provide technical assistance to the staff in national statistical institutes on how to implement and analyze nationally representative multi-topic household surveys. In addition, as part of her work, she participates in methodological research designed to improve the quality of the data that are collected. Her most recent work is in analyzing consumption data with different recall methodologies to see how the collection of the data affects the total consumption aggregate.
Saida Ismailakhunova is an Economist in the Poverty and Equity Global Practice. Ms Ismailakhunova works for the Central Asia Poverty team on poverty and equity issues, strengthening national statistical system and social protection. Prior to joining the World Bank, Ms. Ismailakhunova worked for 7 years as the Head of the Macroeconomic Analysis and Forecasting division in the Ministry of Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic. She holds PhD of the Russian Federation in Economics and a Master Degree in Public Policy (Tokyo, Japan).
University of Central Asia
138 Toktogul Street
Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic
2nd Floor Seminar Room.
The presentation will be in English. Russian translation will be provided.
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* Ideas presented in this lecture reflect the personal opinion of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Central Asia and/or its employees.