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Quantitative and qualitative methods for poverty analysis

proceedings of the workshop held on 11 March 2004, Nairobi, Kenya

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Published by KIPPRA in Nairobi, Kenya .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Other titlesQuantitative and qualitative methods
Statementedited by Walter Odhiambo, John M. Omiti, David I. Muthaka.
ContributionsOdhiambo, Walter., Omiti, John., Muthaka, David I., Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis.
The Physical Object
Pagination164 p. :
Number of Pages164
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3445325M
ISBN 10996694981X
LC Control Number2005327491
OCLC/WorldCa62090044


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Related to the above, use of interviews to develop ‘life histories’ of individuals. Participatory Poverty Analysis, where a community as a whole is helped to discuss, to define, and to identify poverty.

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This book examines the underlying assumptions and implications of how we conceptualize and investigate poverty. The empirical entry point for such inquiry is a series of research initiatives which have used mixed method, or Q-squared (Q2), combined qualitative and quantitative approaches, to poverty analysis.

Systematic review of the Q2 literature is relevant in itself in that it highlights. Page 1 - The quantitative approach to poverty measurement and analysis is defined here as one that typically uses random sample surveys and structured interviews to collect data — mainly, quantifiable data — and analyzes it using statistical techniques.

By contrast, the qualitative approach is defined as one that typically uses purposive sampling and semi-structured or interactive. Measurement and Meaning: Combining Quantitative and Qualitative Methods for the Analysis of Poverty and Social Exclusion in Latin America Estanislao Gacitua-Mario, Quentin Wodon Over the past decade, the World Bank has evolved its analysis and reporting on poverty to a multi-dimensional view which includes issues of social disadvantage.

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"Merging" involves analyzing the information provided both by the quantitative approach as well as the qualitative approach to derive one set of policy recommendations.

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Introduction Our intention in writing this paper is to demonstrate the value, as well as the need, of employing a multidisciplinary approach to the analysis of chronic poverty in Rwanda.

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