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Expert Meeting on Measuring Poverty and Inequality: SDGs 1 and 10

5 - 6 December 2019

Geneva

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Document Title
DocumentsPresentations
ENG RUSENGRUS
Call for papers PDF ----
Information note PDF -- --
Timetable PDF PDF ----
Session A: Disaggregation of poverty indicators for monitoring the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
You can consult the submitted abstracts here
WP1 UNDP Mainstreaming SDG 1 and SDG 10 indicators into existing development planning of countries in ECIS region,
UNDP Regional Bureau for Europe and CIS
WP2 Disaggregation of poverty indicators for the monitoring of the SDGs in the Commonwealth of Independent States: the practice by countries and the outlook, CIS-STAT PDF PDF
WP3 Understanding gender differences in poverty and household composition through the life-cycle, UN Women PDF
WP4 ISTAT strategies for bridging statistical gaps on living conditions of hard to reach population: the cases of Roma people and homeless (Draft), ISTAT PDF PDF
Session B: Supplemental poverty measures
You can consult the submitted abstracts here
1. Impact of social transfers on poverty
WP5 National Survey of Household Income and Expenditure (ENIGH), INEGI, Mexico PDF
WP6 Social transfers in kind for education and health - imputation into EU - SILC data, Eurostat PDF PDF
2. Indexes of multidimensional poverty
WP7/7A The Hidden Dimensions of Poverty (A six-country participative study),
International Movement ATD (All Together in Dignity) Fourth World
PDF 7 PDF 7A
Measuring multidimensional poverty in Belarus, National Statistical Committee of the Republic of Belarus
Indexes of multidimensional poverty, OPHI
Data availability and recommendations for multidimensional poverty, UN ECLAC
Progress made by the Task Force on Measuring Social Exclusion
3. Individual poverty measures
WP8 Household-level measurement masks gender inequality across three dimensions of poverty,
International Women's Development Agency
PDF
WP9 The State of Multidimensional Child Poverty in South Asia: A Contextual and Gendered View, OPHI PDF
Session C: Improving response rate and sampling precision in surveys
You can consult the submitted abstracts here
WP10 Assessing and Improving Survey Methods, University of Siena PDF
WP11 Non-response Analysis in the Household Budget Surveys in Bosnia and Herzegovina,
Agency for Statistics of Bosnia and Herzegovina
PDF
WP18 Progress made by the Task Force on Disaggregated Poverty Measures PDF
Session D: Longitudinal poverty measures
You can consult the submitted abstracts here
WP12 Trends in persistent poverty in the United Kingdom, Office for National Statistics, United Kingdom PDF PDF
WP13 Dynamics of poverty in Switzerland: current and future analyses by the Swiss Federal Statistical Office,
Swiss Federal Statistical Office
PDF PDF
WP14

Poverty Dynamics: An Overview of Longitudinal Poverty Estimates Produced by the United States Census Bureau,
US Census Bureau

PDF PDF
Session E: Subjective poverty
You can consult the submitted abstracts here
Subjective poverty - thresholds and poverty rates in selected European Union countries. Comparative analysis based on the EU-SILC data, Statistics Poland
WP15 Subjective income poverty and equivalence scales in Eastern vs Western European countries,
United States Bureau of Labor Statistics
PDF
Session F: Emerging issues: Machine learning
You can consult the submitted abstracts here
WP16 Machine learning for statistical offices – UNECE project, UNECE PDF
WP17 LEARN4SDGis - A Machine learning based poverty mapping exercise in Austria, Statistics Austria PDF
Revolutionary survey tool powered by machine learning, World Bank
Machine learning for measuring poverty: Pitfalls and possible solutions, World Bank
Session G: Closing