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Survey Characteris- tics Household & Indi- viduals Businesses Target Population All households Individuals 15 years or older. all businesses Domains 1 = national level1 = national level Tabulation groups Urban, Rural National Oversampling Urban 60% Rural 40%Urban 60% Rural 40% Clustering Enumerator Areas (EA) national Census Enumerator Areas (EA) national Census None Response Random substitutionRandom substitution Sample Frame Census sample from from NSOCensus sample from from NSO Confidence Level 95% 95% Design Factor 2 1 Absolute precision 5% 5% Population Proportion 0.5, for maximum sample size0.5, for maximum sample size Minimum Sample Size 768 384 Weighting Four weights will be constructed, for households, individuals, small businesses and public institutions. The weights are based on the inverse selection probabilities1 and gross up the data to national level when applied. Household weight: HHw = DW 1 PHH *PEA Individual weight: INDw = DW 1 PHH *PEA *PI Business Weight: Busw = DW 1 PBus *PEAI Household Selection Probability: PHHw = n HHEA EA Selection Probability: PEAw = m HHEA HHSTRATA RESEARCH ICT AFRICA 2 2011 Brief Survey Methodology 1 See UNSD (2005) page 119 for a detailed discussion on sampling weights.
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Score: 1055498.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S...old_business_model_surveys.pdf
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Classification: COICOP (Classification of individual consumption by purpose) at the division level. Weights include value of consumption from own production: No Sources of weights: Household expenditure surveys. (...) Seasonal food items: Seasonal food items are included in the RPI using fixed weights approach: the weights are kept constant over the year, while prices of out-of season products are estimated or imputed. Seasonal Clothing: Seasonal clothing items are included in the RPI using fixed weights approach: the weights are kept constant over the year, while prices of out-of season products are estimated or imputed.
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Score: 1054172.1 - www.ilo.org/ilostat-fil...Y_CPI_Descriptions%20-2013.pdf
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Classification: COICOP Weights include value of consumption from own production: No Sources of weights: Household expenditure surveys. (...) Seasonal Clothing: Seasonal clothing items are included in the CPI using fixed weights approach: the weights are kept constant over the year, while prices of out-of season products are estimated or imputed. (...) Monthly and annual average prices: Weighted average is used for calculating monthly average prices.
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Score: 1053574.2 - www.ilo.org/ilostat-fil...P_CPI_Descriptions%20-2013.pdf
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Classification: NCOA-IHPC dérivée de la COICOP Weights include value of consumption from own production: No Sources of weights: Household expenditure surveys and dire d'expert. Frequency of weight updates: Every 3-5 years Price updating of weight reference period to the index reference period: No Weights for different population groups or regions: No. (...) Seasonal food items: Seasonal food items are included in the CPI using fixed weights approach: the weights are kept constant over the year, while prices of out-of season products are estimated or imputed.
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Score: 1053532.3 - www.ilo.org/ilostat-fil...A_CPI_Descriptions%20-2013.pdf
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An adaptation of COICOP is used at product level. Weights include value of consumption from own production: No Sources of weights: Household expenditure surveys and consumer surveys. Frequency of weight updates: Every 3-5 years Price updating of weight reference period to the index reference period: No Weights for different population groups or regions: No. (...) Seasonal food items: Seasonal food items are included in the CPI using fixed weights approach: the weights are kept constant over the year, while prices of out-of season products are estimated or imputed.
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Score: 1053532.3 - www.ilo.org/ilostat-fil...L_CPI_Descriptions%20-2013.pdf
Data Source: un
Classification: COICOP (Classification of individual consumption by purpose) Weights include value of consumption from own production: No Sources of weights: Household expenditure surveys. Frequency of weight updates: Every 3-5 years Price updating of weight reference period to the index reference period: No, not needed. (...) Seasonal food items: Seasonal food items are included in the CPI using fixed weights approach: the weights are kept constant over the year, while prices of out-of season products are estimated or imputed.
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Score: 1053532.3 - www.ilo.org/ilostat-fil...M_CPI_Descriptions%20-2013.pdf
Data Source: un
Index reference period: 2011 = 100 Weights reference period: 2007 Cameroonian Household Survey. (...) Classification: COICOP (Classification of individual consumption by purpose) with 12 consumption divisions. Sources of weights: Household expenditure surveys. Frequency of weight updates: Every 3-5 years Weights for different population groups or regions: Regional weights are computed and regional indices are weighted by the total consumption expenditure of each region. (...) Varieties with a high weighting significantly influence the variation of the index including food.
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Score: 1052318.8 - www.ilo.org/ilostat-fil...R_CPI_Descriptions%20-2013.pdf
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Malawi 2019 Transparency: 27 /100 (Open Budget Index score) Public Participation: 15 /100 Budget Oversight: 54 /100 Overview About the survey http://www.openbudgetsurvey.org/ https://live-international-budget-partnership.pantheonsite.io/open-budget-survey 2019 2/10 This part of the OBS measures public access to information on how the central government raises and spends public resources. It assesses the online availability, timeliness, and comprehensiveness of eight key budget documents using 109 equally weighted indicators and scores each country on a scale of 0 to 100. (...) It examines the practices of the central government’s executive, the legislature, and the supreme audit institution (SAI) using 18 equally weighted indicators, aligned with the Global Initiative for Fiscal Transparency’s Principles of Public Participation in Fiscal Policies , and scores each country on a scale from 0 to 100. (...) A legislative committee should examine in-year budget implementation and publish reports with their findings online. A legislative committee should examine the Audit Report and publish a report with their findings online.
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Score: 1047006.3 - https://www.unicef.org/esa/med...wi_open_budget_survey_2019.pdf
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Participants need to represent diversified backgrounds to be representative. • 2 Online Workshops Scheduling* a. Scheduling 2 online workshops. (...) Gender: 50% of the participants to be Females & 50% Males *The 32 required participants will be the same across the online interviews & the 2 online workshops • 4 Focus Groups Conduction a. (...) EVALUATION Cumulative analysis When using this weighted scoring method, the award of the contract should be made to the individual consultant whose offer has been evaluated and determined as: a) responsive/compliant/acceptable, and b) Having received the highest score out of a pre-determined set of weighted technical and financial criteria specific to the solicitation. - Technical Criteria weight; [70%] - Financial Criteria weight; [30%] Only candidates obtaining a minimum of 49 point would be considered for the Financial Evaluation Criteria Weight Max.
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Score: 1046894.5 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...ROCUREMENT%20NOTICE%5B8%5D.pdf
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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE STATISTICAL PROGRAMME 2021 - ADDENDUM - REPORT OF THE WEBINAR ON PRODUCING CONSUMER PRICE INDICES UNDER LOCKDOWN
In most countries the official CPI is based on fixed expenditure weights that refer to a past weight reference period, usually a year or an average of several years. (...) (m) IWGPS recommends keeping expenditure weights fixed adhering to the regular schedule for updating weights. (...) These weights may be more volatile and less reliable than weights derived from the regular HBS but may still serve as estimates.
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Score: 1008480.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=ECE/CES/2021/14/ADD.2&Lang=E
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