2 edition of Methodological problems in selection and analysis of socioeconomic development indicators found in the catalog.
Methodological problems in selection and analysis of socioeconomic development indicators
by United Nations Research Institute for Social Development in Geneva
Written in English
At head of title: United Nations Research Institute for Social Development.
|Statement||Donald McGranahan, Eduardo Pizarro, Claude Richard.|
|Series||Report / United Nations Research Institute for Social Development -- 79.4|
|Contributions||Pizarro, Eduardo., Richard, Claude., United Nations. Research Institute for Social Development.|
socioeconomic characteristics most closely related to increased fire rates. In the second section, the nature of the relationships between socioeconomic factors and differential fire rates is explored. The third section briefly a ddresses fire risks in rural locations, while the. intended to help people in charge of implementing the EMPAFISH socioeconomic field surveys to solve practical problems, and to avoid methodological mistakes that might generate difficulties or bias in the interpretation of survey results. Besides a few formal improvements, the authors decided to leave it in its original shape and style, hoping.
Data Sources. The analysis in this paper is based on data on asset indicators collected by the HDSS. The Agincourt system has collected detailed longitudinal data on vital events including births, deaths, in- and out-migrations, as well as complementary data covering health, social and economic indicators in a predominantly rural population in northeast South Cited by: This paper analyzes the importance of assessing and controlling the social and economic impact of climate change in national parks. To this end, a system of indicators for evaluation and monitoring is proposed for the Sierra de Guadarrama National Park, one of the most important in Spain. Based on the Driving forces-Pressure-State-Impact-Response (DPSIR) framework, the Cited by: 6.
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Methodological problems in selection and analysis of socioeconomic development indicators. Geneva: United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, (OCoLC) Midlands Tomorrow LRTP Chapter 3 – Socioeconomic Analysis 18 development activity in recent years.
The following sections provide in depth analysis about the growth characteristics associated with each of these areas. Figure Change in Population Density (Right). COMPARATIVE METHODOLOGICAL ANALYSIS: CONSUMER AND PRODUCER PRICE INDICES VolumeSupplement 2.
3 Price Indices analysis of the methodologies countries use to compile short-term economic indicators published in MEI. This analysis focuses on issues of data comparability in the context of existing international Outlet selection File Size: KB.
Work elaborates indicators witch refers to socio - economic development. In the first part of work it is stated indicators which different authors are used. Some new methods for factor analyzing socioeconomic data are presented, discussed and illustrated with analyses of new and old datasets.
A general socioeconomic factor (S) was found in a. Underlying Assumptions in Studies of SES and Family Life. An a priori assumption of most research on SES, family functioning, and human development is that social position influences families across time, and that socioeconomic disadvantage has negative consequences for adults and children (e.g., Conger et al., ; Haas, ).This underlying tenet represents an Cited by: relevant states as well as problems and challenges of their common policy and analysis of regional economic integration state is analyzed.
An in-depth methodological analysis could be found also in Kabat’s “Regional Groupings in Developing World ” (Kabát, ). The specific topic are discussed by the same author in. Unfortunately, the methodological issues associated with index construction have often been neglected or inadequately treated by index developers.
The objective of this paper is to provide a comprehensive review of the methodological choices involved in the construction of indexes of economic and social well-being and the implications.
currently being processed for analysis.€ Additionally, Stats SA has played a key role in co-ordinating the compilation of the core set of 21 indicators of development progress within the framework of the OECD DAC, World Bank and the UN initiative.
Stats SA is also responsible for the provision of specific core Size: 66KB. Sustainable Development Impact Indicators for Social and Solidarity Economy: State of the Art The Conditions and Consequences of Choice: Reflections on the Measurement of Women's Empowerment Towards a World Report on Culture and Development: Constructing Cultural Statistics and Indicators.
Relevant publications selected and submitted to content analysis included Meadows,OECD, and UN () as key technical publications on the topic, together with peer reviewed papers cited in sections 3 An analytical framework for sustainable development assessment, 4 Selection criteria for sustainable development indicators and Cited by: 1.
To provide better evidence of the association between dental caries in adults and socioeconomic indicators, we evaluated the relation between these two conditions in a thorough review of the literature. and a list was generated for analysis and selection.
Selection of Studies and Data Extraction. but methodological analysis of the Cited by: facilitate the discovery and analysis of the ways in ikiich sources of move-ment or change affect.
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Since time is accessible to all societies, it may be neglected unless the object of study is the rate of change per period. Read the full-text online edition of Levels of Socio-Economic Development Theory (). With this purpose in mind, the theories of development in this book are organized by “levels of analysis—individual, organizational, societal, and international.
Further, the focus of theoretical concern extends beyond the problems of less. publications. The indicators covered are published in the monthly OECD publication, Main Economic Indicators (MEI). The primary purpose of this publication and the companion publication, Main Economic Indicators: Sources and Definitions published in Julyis to provide users with methodologicalFile Size: KB.
Defining a methodological approach As a first step to develop the research framework for the Flood Mitigation Economic Analysis (FMEA), the EIU engaged respected experts in the field. In addition, the EIU undertook a detailed literature review to establish credible methodologies for the data analysis and research approach.
Expert Working Group. INTRODUCTION. The present report provides a selective review of research and theory related to the impact of socioeconomic status (SES) on human development, with a special emphasis on the proposition that the family acts as a conduit for socioeconomic influences on the development of children and adolescents (e.g., Repetti et al.
but see Rowe & Rodgers ). Socio-economic analysis is a well established method of weighing up the pros and cons of an action for society as a whole and plays a vital role in the restrictions and authorisation processes under REACH.
Restrictions proposals need to contain a description of the risks as well as information on the health and environmental benefits, the. Indicators of Sustainable Development: Guidelines and Methodologies — Third Edition ated a series of regional briefing and training workshops, and encouraged the organization of national.
Chapter 4. Construction of Indicators 4 CONSTRUCTION OF INDICA TORS In this chapter, criteria for the development and use of indicators are outlined, and issues to be addressed in their construction are highlighted.
The applicability of the criteria developed will depend on the indicators in question and on the purpose of the indicator.
A comparison of commonly used socioeconomic indicators: their relationship to educational disadvantage and relevance to Teach First Socioeconomic measures are regularly used in official statistics to illustrate patterns of behaviour and outcomes and to support and develop policies affecting children and young people.
What is not alwaysFile Size: KB. An indicator is by definition something which indicates, that is which points to something other than itself. Consequently, a socio—economic indicator should be a measure pointing to or indicating a variable which is different from the one of which it is a direct measure.An indicator is by definition something which indicates, that is which points to something other than itself.
Consequently, a socio—economic indicator should be a measure pointing to or indicating a variable which is different from the one of which it is a direct measure. en: : Definition, selection and use of socio-economic.