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Lifting the lid on the household: A new way to measure individual deprivation

Authors: Scott Wisor, Joanne Crawford, Sharon Besselland Janet Hunt

Publication date: 23 April 2015

Most experts now agree that monetary poverty measurement should be complemented by multidimensional measurements. The individual, not the household, should be the unit of analysis. Poverty measurement should reflect the views and priorities of poor people. And in so far as possible, measurement should provide meaningful comparisons across contexts and over time. Enter the Individual Deprivation Measure.

The World Bank: A Unified Approach to Measuring Poverty and Inequality -Theory and Practice : Streamlined Analysis with ADePT Software

Authors: James, F. et alii. (for The World Bank)
Publication date: 2013

This World Bank publication is an introduction to the theory and practice of measuring poverty and inequality, as well as a user's guide for analyzing income or consumption distribution for any standard household dataset using the World Bank's ADePT software.

The Campbell Collaboration: Coding (data extraction)

The Campbell Collaboration published a series of training videos which provide an introduction to the purpose of systematic reviews and their basic elements. These videos offer guidance on information extraction from primary studies while conducting a systematic review. They also examine different approaches to study quality coding and discuss common issues that arise during the coding phase of a systematic review.

The Campbell Collaboration: Effect Size Calculation and Basic Meta-Analysis

The Campbell Collaboration published a series of training videos which provide an introduction to the purpose of systematic reviews and their basic elements. This training video provides an introduction to the basics of meta-analysis, as well as an introduction to the computation of the standardized mean difference, correlation and odds ratio effect size statistics.

The Campbell Collaboration: Calculating Effect Sizes

The Campbell Collaboration published a series of training videos which provide an introduction to the purpose of systematic reviews and their basic elements. This training video offers an introduction to the computation of the standardized mean difference, correlation and odds ratio effect size statistics.