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Are Labour Statistics and Analysis Sensitive to the Survey Method

Project Status: Completed

 
Funded by:
The World Bank

 

Partner Organisations:
Elena Bardasi, World Bank

Kathleen Beegle, World Bank

Andrew Dillon, University of Michigan State


DEV Key Contact:

Pieter Serneels

 

Selected Output:
Bardasi, E., Beegle, K., Dillon, A., and Serneels, P., 2012. ‘What Explains the Variation in Child Labour Statistics? Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Tanzania’. Journal of Development Economics, 98(1):136-147

Bardasi, E., Beegle, K., Dillion, A. and Serneels, P., 2012, ‘Do Labour Statistics depend on How and to Whom the Questins was Asked? Results from a Randomised Survey Experiment’. World Bank Economic Review, 25(3):418-447

This paper was discussed in the Development Impact Blog by Markus Goldstein on the World Bank website.

Presentations:

Amongst others at the World Bank, University of Michigan, University of Oxford, IZA/WB Conference Employment and Development, University of Minnesota.