Survey Sampling and Estimation

The need for reliable official statistics has been driven by the transparency demanded for by the public. Survey methods cluster involve application of statistical techniques in collecting data and estimating parameters. Researches under this cluster focus on ways of improving survey design which involve sampling techniques. weighting methods, and estimation, among others. Results from this researches are hoped to be disseminated to achieve the objective of survey researches.

AuthorTitleCollaboratorsSponsor or Partner Agency
Maligalig, Dalisay S.Expanding the Labor Force Survey to Capture the Extent of Social Protection in Asia and the PacificSining Cuevas
Maligalig, Dalisay S.Estimating Provincial Level Unemployment Rates in the PhilippinesArturo Martinez Jr.
Maligalig, Dalisay S.Development of a Master Sample for BangladeshArturo Martinez Jr.
Maligalig, Dalisay S.Issues in Estimating the Poverty LineIsidoro P. David
Maligalig, Dalisay S.Sampling Strategy for Micro Impacts of Macroeconomic Adjustment Policies (MIMAP) Monitoring System: Preliminary Paper
Marcelino, Rocky T. Philippine National Oil Corporation Exploration Company Stakeholder Baseline SurveyCarla Edith G. Jimena, Cris MalenabPhilippine National Oil Corporation Exploration Company
Marcelino, Rocky T. Stakeholder Satisfaction Survey on Laguna Lake Development AuthorityCarla Edith G. Jimena, Cris MalenabLaguna Lake Development Authority
Reforsado, Jan Andrew P. One-Day Non-Work Day: A Study on the UPLB Employees' Approval on the Four-Day Workweek PolicyJames Roldan S. Reyes, Rachelyn Ann S. Araña
Reforsado, Jan Andrew P. Comparative Analysis of the Nutritional Status of Public and Private Intermediate Elementary School Pupils in Polangui, AlbayNancy A. Tandang