Central Data Catalog
Survey of Living Conditions 1995
Living Standards Measurement Study (LSMS)
Social Studies Center, Institute of Sociology and Political Science (SORGU) and the World Bank
January 30, 2020
January 30, 2020
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Azerbaijan poverty assessment (in two volumes) Volume 11: Annexes
Azerbaijan republic poverty assessment (in two volumes) Volume I : Summary and conclusions
Measuring informal employment in transition countries
WIEGO meeting on “Measuring Informal Employment in Developed Countries.
Cambridge, MA, United States of America, November 01, 2008.
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).
Babu, Suresh C, and Prabuddha Sanyal.
Food Security, Poverty, and Nutrition Policy Analysis: Statistical Methods and Policy Applications
New York, NY, United States of America: Academic Press, 2009.
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).
Blakely, Tony, Simon Hales, Charlotte Kieft, Allistair Woodward, and Nick Wilson.
Distribution of risk factors by poverty
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.
Bruck, Tilman, Patricia Justino, Philip Verwimp, and Alexandra Avdeenko.
Identifying conflict and violence in micro-level surveys
HiCN Working Paper 79 (2004).
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).
Csaki, Csaba, and Laura Tuck.
Rural development strategy: Eastern Europe and Central Asia
World Bank Technical Paper No. 484 (2000).
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.
Welfare in transition: Trends in poverty and well-being in Central Asia
LSE STICERD (1999).
A profile of poverty in Tajikistan
SSRN eLibrary (2000).
Welfare in transition: trends in poverty and well-being in Central Asia
Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion (CASE) Research Paper (1999).
Filer, Randall K, and Jan Hanousek.
Data watch: Research data from transition economies
Journal of Economic Perspectives 16, no. 1 (2002): 225-240.
An intertemporal evolution of inequality in Azerbaijan, 1995-2002
Problems of Economic Transition 52, no. 9 (2010): 51-77.
Leahy, Eimear, Sean Lyons, and Richard S Tol.
National determinants of vegetarianism
Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) Working Paper (2010).
How does the introduction of health insurance change the equity in the health care provision in Bulgaria?
Najman, Boris, Richard W Pomfret, and Gael Raballand.
The economics and politics of oil in the Caspian Basin: the redistribution of oil revenues in Azerbaijan and Central Asia
: Routledge, 2007.
Petrescu M, Ioana.
Income taxation and self employment: the impact of progressivity in countries with tax evasion
American Enterprise Institute (2009).
Economic performance in Central Asia since 1991: Macro and micro evidence
Comparative Economic Studies (2003).
Sowa, Agnieszka, and Christina Behrendt.
Social security in low and middle-income countries: The role of household survey data
Issues in Social Protection Discussion Paper No. 14 (2006).
Winters, Paul, Benjamin Davis, Gero Carletto, Katia Covarrubias, Esteban J Quiñones, Alberto Zezza, Carlo Azzarri, and Kostas Stamoulis.
Assets, activities and rural income generation: Evidence from a multicountry analysis
World Development 37, no. 9 (2009): 1435-1452.