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Inciting financial movement in populace censuses * Robert McCaa, Antonio Lopez, Phuong Nguyen University of Minnesota Population Center rmccaa@umn.edu * speaking to the IPUMS-International * statistics microdata access venture *

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Engendering monetary action — a worldwide point of view gained from coordinating evaluation microdata IPUMS: most finish chronicle of registration documentation Census frames: 765 on meeting DVD—on account of UNSD, and so on. Instructional pamphlets: accessible in 2009 To coordinate microdata, study documentation painstakingly "best practices" for catching female financial movement Learned from source documentation Necessary for incorporating microdata And composing incorporated metadata (Regional reports, on Latin America and Africa given in May and Dec., incited much examination and open deliberation)

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UN-Statistics Division, Principles and Recommendations, 1958-2007: calculated establishment for fair-minded estimation of econ. act. ~International principles are clear: homemakers might be monetarily dynamic P&R 1958 (M27), 1970 (M44), 1998 (Rev 1, M67), 2007 (Rev 2) UNSD Soc. & Econ. Scorch. Handbook (2007), ILO BLS 2007-1 Biased questionaire: Main action? on the off chance that housewife, end module. Unprejudiced: Any monetary action? on the off chance that housewife, short rundown of tests: Work for pay or benefit, family cultivate/business, makes available to be purchased, See UNSD Handbook (Nov. 2007), p. 45.

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UN-Statistics Division, Principles and Recommendations, 1958-2007, established the framework; yet our examination of 765 evaluation shapes appears before the 2000 round, one-sided wording implied that homemakers/housewives who worked low maintenance were barred from the monetarily dynamic populace Finally, in the 2000 round, in all locales of the world, predisposition was incredibly dispensed with—because of a purposeful exertion by UNSD, UNFPA, and so on. Illustrations: Mexico, South Africa, Macedonia, Yemen For 2010 round, all (?) nations may offer the financial movement conversation starter legitimately (e.g., Colombia 2005, Cambodia 2008), in any case, unless we act rapidly, old ways will proceed in quite a bit of Africa (e.g., Nigeria 2006, Burkina Faso 2006) and sub-areas of Asia (Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam)

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Gambia 2003 — catches both essential and auxiliary action Homemakers: must answer 16b ("did you work at all for pay or benefit", work for family cultivate, business, get pay in kind) If yes, proceed with monetary module Best practice!!

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Mexico 2000 registration - two inquiries on Economic Activity: 1: "A week ago, did (NAME)...?" 2: "Other than (...), did (NAME)...?" Question 1: Last week (Name): Did you work? 27.5% Had work? 0.4 Look for work? 0.3 Are you an understudy? housewife? resigned? for all time crippled? Did you not work? Question 1: female % Last week (Name): Did you work? 27.5% Had work? 0.4 Looked? 0.3 Q. 1&2: joined understudy/wrkd 0.5 housewife/wr 3.7 resigned/wrkd 0.0 other/wrkd? 0.4 no answer/wrkd? 0.0 Question 2: Did you help in a privately-owned company? Offer some item? Make some item to offer? Help on a homestead or with domesticated animals? On the other hand in return for pay did you do some other movement? Best practice!!

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Yemen 2004 one inquiry, 2 classes: 1: "Working" 2: "Working housewife" Best practice!!

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South Africa 2001 — catches all with short rundown: " any work for pay (in real money or kind), benefit or family pick up for one hour or more? " (maintains a strategic distance from " homemaker end " ) Best practice!!

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The issue: Nigeria 2006 — skips optional movement 17: if Homemaker, skip: "end meeting". Arrangement: 17b: list auxiliary exercises (review Mexico 2000 illustration) If reaction is "no" on 17a and 17b, then end meeting; generally record answers for 17b, 18 and 19

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None Some Substantial All, if homemaker No evaluation/ques/structure Gender predisposition in the wording of Census Questions on Economic Activity (2000phcr)

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Africa, 1995-2007 — 3 of 4 miss most or all sex inclination in monetary movement question(s): 35 censuses 6 best practices: Gambia 2003, Mauritius 2000, Mozambique 1997, Namibia 2000, South Africa 2001, Sudan 2008 3 catch a few (all??) optional financial action: Cote d " Ivoire 1998, Ghana 2000, Mali 1998 9 miss most female monetary action for absence of tests: Benin, Cameroon, Egypt, Ethiopia, Guinea, Morocco, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Swaziland, Tunisia 17 skirt all female monetary action, if homemaker: Algeria, Burkina Faso, Botswana, Cape Verde, Gabon, Guinea (Conakry), Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe

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Asia-Oceania, 1995-2007 — half not exactly are best sex predisposition in monetary action question(s): 43 censuses 21 best practices : Australia, Azerbaijan, Cambodia, Fiji, Georgia, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Korea-RO, Malaysia, Maldives, New Zeland, Palestine, PNG, Sri Lanka, Syria, Turkmenistan, Yemen 8 catch a few (all??) optional financial action: China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Nepal, Pakistan, Singapore, Taiwan, Turkey 1 misses much female financial action for absence of tests: Armenia 14 avoid all female monetary action, if homemaker: Bahrain, Bhutan, Indonesia, Iraq, Kuwait, Laos, Mongolia, Oman, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Timor Leste, Vietnam

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Europe, 1995-2007 — half not as much as best sex inclination in monetary action question(s): 31 censuses 15 best practices : Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, France, Italy, Macedonia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland, Ukraine 5 catch a few (all??) auxiliary monetary action: Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Spain, United Kingdom 4 miss much female financial action for absence of tests: Albania, Belarus, Ireland, Moldova 7 skirt all female monetary action, if homemaker: Bosnia & Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia

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Americas, 1995-2007 — just 6 not as much as best sex predisposition in financial action question(s): 29 censuses 23 best practices : Argentina, Bahamas, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Suriname, USA, Uruguay, Venezuela 0 catch a few (all??) auxiliary monetary action: 2 miss much female financial action for absence of tests: Panama, Peru 4 skirt all female monetary action, if homemaker: Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, Trinidad and Tobago

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UNSD, Handbook on Social and Economic Charactertistics (Nov. 2007, p. 45): rundown of financial and non-monetary exercises Continued on next slide

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Handbook, 2007, p. 45: monetary exercises (proceeded with) Continued from past slide

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A study of case from Handbook (pp. 310-340). 3 Worst practice (if primary action = homemaker, skip): Botswana 2001, Malawi 1998, Zambia 2000. 13 Best practice (record movement, notwithstanding for homemakers): Namibia 2001, South Africa 2001, Sri Lanka 2001 (weeks worked every year for 6 sorts of action, including homemaking), Argentina 2001, Bahamas 2000, Belize 2000, Jamaica 2001, Mexico 2000, Australia 2006, Japan 2000, Canada 2006, France 1999, and Italy 2001 There is no direction with regards to the character of these cases — rather just design (scene/representation) and # of inquiries inquired.

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Suggested "best practice" on monetary movement proposed for Africa Addendum to UNSD P&R 2010, Option 1: Question X (mark one): Last 7 days, named do any work for PAY (in trade or out kind), PROFIT or FAMILY Gain, for one hour or more?: Yes, formal (non-ranch) Yes, casual (non-ranch) Yes, cultivating/farming Yes, has work, however was incidentally truant No, did not work. Assuming No, skip to next module. Best practice!!

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Suggested "best practice" on financial action proposed for Africa Addendum to UNSD P&R 2010. Choice 2: Branch simply after 2 nd (examining) question X: "Last [period], did (NAME)...?" X+1: "Other than (...), did (NAME)...?" Question X (check one): Last week, named): (1. Work? >>Q Z. 2. Have work? >>Q Z. 3. Search for work? >>Q Z. 4. Go to class? 5. Perform family unit undertakings? 6. Do different things? Question X+1 (check one), Besides ( … ), named): (1. Help in a privately-owned company? 2. Offer some item? 3. Make some item to offer? 4. Help on a ranch or with domesticated animals? 5. Do some other action in return for pay? 6. None of above >>skip to next module Best practice!!

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Suggested "best practice" on monetary action proposed for Africa Addendum to UNSD P&R 2010: 3. Include no inquiry—just a couple of extra words and don\'t skip!" Question X (check one): 1. Worked for pay/benefit/family pick up. 2. Had work, yet didn " t work. 3. Searched for work? 4. Went to class; didn " t work by any stretch of the imagination. 5. Performed family unit assignments; didn " t work by any stretch of the imagination. 6. Nothing from what was just mentioned. Best practice!!

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Thank you http://international.ipums.org extra data at: umn.edu/~rmccaa/IPUMSI * Contact: rmccaa@umn.edu

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