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Title Household surveys in developing and transition countries
Published New York : United Nations, 2005


Description 1 online resource (xxxv, 619 pages)
Series Studies in methods. Series F ; no. 96
Studies in methods. Series F ; no. 96.
Summary The handbook on Household Sample Surveys in Developing and Transition Countries presents the "state of the art" on several important aspects of conducting household surveys in developing and transition countries, including sample design, survey implementation, non-sampling errors, survey costs, and analysis of survey data. The main objective of this handbook is to assist national survey statisticians to design household surveys in an efficient and reliable manner, and to allow users to make greater use of survey generated data. The publication's 25 chapters have been authored by leading experts in survey research methodology around the world
Analysis Household surveys -- Developing countries -- Statistical methodology
Household surveys -- Economies in transition -- Statistical methodology
Notes "Economic & social affairs"--Cover
"United Nations publication sales no. E.05. XVII.6"--Title page verso
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes English
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Subject Households -- Developing countries
Households -- Europe, Eastern
Household surveys -- Developing countries -- Methodology
Household surveys -- Europe, Eastern -- Methodology
FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS -- Alternative Family.
Household surveys -- Methodology
Developing countries
Eastern Europe
Form Electronic book
Author United Nations. Department of Economic and Social Affairs.
United Nations. Statistical Division.
National Household Survey Capability Programme.
ISBN 1423754336
Other Titles Household sample surveys in developing and transition countries