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Expert Meeting on Measuring Poverty and Inequality

29 - 30 November 2018
Vienna Austria
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Session A. Poverty indicators for monitoring the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
  Poverty indicators for monitoring the agenda for sustainable development 2030 in the Russian Federation (Russian Federation)     PDF PDF
  Poverty indicators for monitoring SDGs in the CIS region (CIS-Stat) abstract paper PDF PDF
  Progress made by the Task Force on Disaggregated Poverty Measures     PDF  
Session B. Improving response rate and sampling precision in surveys
  Improving the response rate and the accuracy of the National Household Income and Expenditure Survey in Mexico (Mexico) paper paper PDF PDF
  Methodological approaches to solving the problems of insufficient coverage of the most highly profitable population groups in Ukraine (Ukraine) abstract paper PDF PDF
  Developments in weighting of EU-SILC data to improve the precision (Latvia)    


  Empirical challenges comparing inequality across countries (Cross-National Data Center, Luxembourg) paper extract PDF PDF
Session C. Assets-based poverty and inequality
  An intergenerational perspective on the risk of poverty: integrating wealth to measure poverty (University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland) paper paper PDF PDF
  Does the inclusion of assets resolve apparent contradictions between income poverty and other indicators on the standard of living? (Switzerland) paper   PDF PDF
  Asset-based poverty: Insights from the OECD Wealth Distribution Database (OECD) paper extract PDF PDF
Session D. National experiences
  An overview of poverty measurement in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnia and Herzegovina) paper   PDF PDF
  Expenditure-based poverty in the UK: a distributional analysis, 2002 to 2015 (United Kingdom) paper   PDF PDF
  Integration of household surveys in the Czech Statistical Office (Czechia)     PDF
Session E. Inclusion of social transfers in kind, housing wealth and imputed rent in the measurement of poverty
  Social transfers in kind, housing wealth and imputed rent in poverty measurement in the Russian Federation (Russian Federation)     PDF
  Estimating income from imputed rent in Canada (Canada) paper   PDF PDF
  Improving the accuracy of the measurement of poverty and well-being: the supplemental poverty measure for the United States (United States) paper  


  Challenges in rent imputation across countries (World Bank) abstract   PDF PDF
Session F. Coverage of hard-to-reach and potentially disadvantaged population groups in data collection
  Survey on income and living conditions in marginalized Roma communities in Slovakia (Slovakia) paper   PDF PDF
  Coverage of persons with past episodes of homelessness and housing difficulties (Eurostat) paper   PDF PDF
  Surveying hard-to-reach groups (EU Agency for Fundamental Rights - FRA) paper paper    
  Surveying forcibly displaced populations (World Bank) abstract   PDF PDF
Emerging issues
  I. Individual level poverty measures        
  What is the role of unequal sharing of resources within households? (Austria) paper   PDF  
  Joint distribution of income, consumption and wealth at the individual level: insights from the Eurostat-OECD EG ICW (OECD) abstract   PDF PDF
  Measuring material deprivation at individual level and measuring children material deprivation (Eurostat) paper   PDF PDF
  Deprivation among couples: sharing or unequal division? (LISER and University of Antwerp) paper   PDF PDF
  Intra-household sharing of resources and implications for material deprivation (London School of Economics) paper   PDF PDF
  II. Subjective poverty        
  Some non-monetary indicators of poverty in Bosnia and Herzegovina: a subjective measurement (Bosnia and Herzegovina) paper paper PDF PDF
  Subjective poverty lines based on the EU-SILC (Poland) paper   PDF PDF
  Subjective poverty - measurement and interpretation (Poland)     abstract
  Measuring subjective poverty: An OECD perspective (OECD) paper paper PDF PDF