Central Data Catalog
Living Standards Survey 1999
Living Standards Measurement Study (LSMS)
State Statistical Agency (Goskomstat)
June 16, 2017
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
A profile of poverty in Tajikistan
SSRN eLibrary (2000).
Bright, Helen, Junior Davis, Monica Janowski, Allan Low, and Douglas Pearce.
Rural non-farm livelihoods in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia and the reform process: A literature review
Chatham Maritime, Kent, United Kingdom: Natural Resources Institute , 2000.
Lewis A, Maureen.
Who is paying for health care in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?
: World Bank Publications, 2000.
Csaki, Csaba, and Laura Tuck.
Rural development strategy: Eastern Europe and Central Asia
World Bank Technical Paper No. 484 (2000).
Ahuja, Vinod, and Elizabeth Redmond.
Economic and policy issues in livestock service delivery to the poor
Background paper for the FAO project memorandum “Pro-Poor Livestock Policy Initiative: Fostering the Policy Dialogue in Support of Equitable, Safe and Clean Livestock Farming (2001).
Gender in transition
Washington, D.C.: World Bank Publications, 2002.
Filer, Randall K, and Jan Hanousek.
Data watch: Research data from transition economies
Journal of Economic Perspectives 16, no. 1 (2002): 225-240.
Odling-Smee, John, and Michael Hadjimichael.
Republic of Tajikistan joint ida-imf staff assessment of the poverty reduction strategy paper and poverty reduction strategy paper
: World Bank, 2002.
Godfrey, Martin, and Team.
Youth employment policy in developing and transition countries: prevention as well as cure
World Bank, Social Protection (2003).
Anderson, Katherine H, and Robert W Pomfret.
Consequences of creating a market economy: evidence from household surveys in Central Asia
: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2003.
Schwarz M, Anita.
Old age security and social pensions
Economic performance in Central Asia since 1991: Macro and micro evidence
Comparative Economic Studies (2003).
Central Asia since 1991: the experience of the new independent states
OECD DEVELOPMENT CENTRE (2003).
Aleshina, Nadezhda, and Gerry Redmond.
How high is infant mortality in Central and Eastern Europe and the CIS?
Innocenti Working Papers no. 95 (2003).
Poverty and access to maternal health care in Tajikistan
Rechel, Bernd, Laidon Shapo, and Martin McKee.
Millennium Development goals for health in Europe and central Asia: relevance and policy implications
: World Bank Publications, 2004.
Paci, Pierella, and Barry Reilly.
Does economic liberalization reduce gender inequality in the labor market: The experience of the transition economies of Europe and Central Asia
Blakely, Tony, Simon Hales, Charlotte Kieft, Allistair Woodward, and Nick Wilson.
Distribution of risk factors by poverty
Millennium development goals for health in Europe and Central Asia: relevance and policy implications
World Bank Working Paper No. 33 (2004).
Lampietti A, Julian.
Power’s promise: Electricity reforms in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
World Bank Working Paper No. 40 (2004).
Bruck, Tilman, Patricia Justino, Philip Verwimp, and Alexandra Avdeenko.
Identifying conflict and violence in micro-level surveys
HiCN Working Paper 79 (2004).
Anderson, Katherine, and Robert Pomfret.
Spatial inequality and development in Central Asia
: United nations university. World institute for development economics research (UNU-WIDER), 2004.
The contradictions of a revolving drug fund in post-Soviet Tajikistan: selling medicines to starving patients
Unhealthy health policy: a critical anthropological examination (2004).
Report on research conditions
Publication of the Central Eurasian Studies Society 4, no. 1 (2005): 44.
Banking sector crises and inequality
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 3659 (2005).
The end of the rollercoaster? Growth, inequality and poverty in Central Asia and the Caucasus
Social Policy & Administration 39, no. 4 (2005): 340-360.
Blakely, Tony, Simon Hales, Charlotte Kieft, Nick Wilson, and Alistair Woodward.
The global distribution of risk factors by poverty level
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 83, no. 2 (2005).
The Central Asian economies since independence
: Princeton University Press, 2006.
Babu, S C, and V Rhoe.
Food security and poverty in Central Asia
Policy reforms and agriculture development in Central Asia (2006).
The effect of armed conflict on accumulation of schooling
First Annual Workshop: Households in Conflict Network.
Berlin, Germany, 01 15-16, 2006.
Shemyakina N, Olga.
Armed conflict, education and the marriage market: evidence from Tajikistan
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, 2007.
Migration, remittances, and living standards in Tajikistan
Tajikistan: International Organization forMigration (IOM), 2007.
Djibuti, Mamuka, George Gotsadze, George Mataradze, and Akaki Zoidze.
Influence of household demographic and socio-economic factors on household expenditure on tobacco in six New Independent States
BMC Public Health 7, no. 1 (2007): 222.
Measuring informal employment in transition countries
WIEGO meeting on “Measuring Informal Employment in Developed Countries.
Cambridge, MA, United States of America, November 01, 2008.
Castaldo, Adriana, Saskia Gent, Gunjan Sondhi, and Ann Whitehead.
Child migration in national surveys
Development Research Centre on Migration, Globalisation and Poverty Working Paper No. T-28 (2009).
Jha, Raghbendra, Tu Dang, and others.
Vulnerability to poverty in selected Central Asian countries
European Journal of Comparative Economics (2009).
Informal payments and the financing of health care in developing and transition Countries
World Bank (2010).
Leahy, Eimear, Sean Lyons, and Richard S Tol.
National determinants of vegetarianism
Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) Working Paper (2010).