Statistiques
 

Third Wye City conference

24-25 May 2010, Washington D.C.

The Wye City Group on Rural Statistics and Agricultural Household Income is hosting its third global conference on agricultural and rural household statistics.  The conference will be hosted by the Economic Research Service of the United States Department of Agriculture and is cosponsored by the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations and the World Bank.

Objectives
Support the U.N. Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics by highlighting international needs and opportunities to improve statistics on rural and farm households, and strengthen the process of collecting and disseminating statistics on rural and farm households in OECD and developing countries; and

Review and discuss revisions to the Wye Group Handbook on Rural Households’ Livelihood and Well-Being, and preparation of a Supplement to the Handbook on issues related to agricultural and rural statistics in developing countries.

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Conference programme

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List of participants

OPENING

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Welcome and U.S perspective, Kitty Smith, Administrator, Economic Research Service. (Slides)

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World Bank perspective, Mark Cackler, Sector Manager, Agricultural and Rural Development, World Bank. (Slides)

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Perspective from Uganda, E.S.K Muwanga-Zake, Chairman, Uganda Bureau of Statistics. (Slides)

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Perspective from Brazil, Eduardo Pereira Nunes, President, Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. (Slides)

Handbook and Supplement on Agricultural and Rural Household Statistics

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Structure of Handbook and Supplement, Graham Eele, World Bank

PAPER SESSION 1: Measurement of Household Well-Being

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Paper 1.1. Rethinking rural well-being and poverty, Pasquale De Muro, Universita degli Studi Roma Tre

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Paper 1.2. A broader perspective of measuring the well-being of rural farm and non-farm households, David Culver, AAFC

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Paper 1.3. Systematic patterns of deviation between measures of income and consumption in developing countries, Alberto Zezza, FAO

PAPER SESSION 2: Dynamics of Assets, Income and Consumption

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Paper 2.1. Improving the availability, quality and policy-relevance of agricultural data: The Living Standards Measurement Study – Integrated Surveys on Agriculture, Gero Carletto, World Bank.

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Paper 2.2. A study of rural household expenditure inequality and poverty: Sources and implications for sustainable rural communities in Nepal, Ajoy Bista, University of Guelph

PAPER SESSION 3: Data Sources and Measurement of Well-Being in Latin America

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Paper 3.1. Agricultural households in the context of the household surveys and Agricultural Census in Brazil, Flavio Bolliger, IBGE

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Paper 3.2. A characterization of poverty incidence and income profiles of rural households in twelve Latin American countries, Adrian Rodriguez, CEPAL

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Paper 3.3. Central American comparisons of LSMS-ISA data collection and dissemination efforts, Carlos Alberto Zuniga Gonzalez, National University of Nicaragua

PAPER SESSION 4: Special Topics

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Paper 4.1. The aggregation problem in its historical perspective: A summary overview, Giancarlo Lutero, ISTAT

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Paper 4.2. Gender issues in agricultural and rural household well-being, Mary Ahearn, Economic Research Service. Diana Tempelman, FAO

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Paper 4.3. Linkages between crude oil exploration and agricultural development in Nigeria: Implications for relevant qualitative data collection and analysis to improve rural economy, T.G. Apata, Joseph Ayo, Babalola University, Nigeria

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Paper 4.4. Remote rural regions in the EU and North America, Vicente Ruiz, OECD, and Lewis Dijkstra, EC

WORKING GROUP SESSION

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Way forward for the Wye City Group: Contribution to the Implementation Plan of the Global Strategy to Improve Agriculture and Rural Statistics, Naman Keita, FAO


Presentations

OPENING

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Welcome and U.S perspective, Kitty Smith, Administrator, Economic Research Service. (Slides)

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World Bank perspective, Mark Cackler, Sector Manager, Agricultural and Rural Development, World Bank. (Slides)

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Perspective from Uganda, E.S.K Muwanga-Zake, Chairman, Uganda Bureau of Statistics. (Slides)

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Perspective from Brazil, Eduardo Pereira Nunes, President, Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics. (Slides)

Handbook and Supplement on Agricultural and Rural Household Statistics

pdf

Structure of Handbook and Supplement, Graham Eele, World Bank

PAPER SESSION 1: Measurement of Household Well-Being

pdf

Paper 1.1. Rethinking rural well-being and poverty, Pasquale De Muro, Universita degli Studi Roma Tre

pdf

Paper 1.2. A broader perspective of measuring the well-being of rural farm and non-farm households, David Culver, AAFC

pdf

Paper 1.3. Systematic patterns of deviation between measures of income and consumption in developing countries, Alberto Zezza, FAO

PAPER SESSION 2: Dynamics of Assets, Income and Consumption

pdf

Paper 2.1. Improving the availability, quality and policy-relevance of agricultural data: The Living Standards Measurement Study – Integrated Surveys on Agriculture, Gero Carletto, World Bank

pdf

Paper 2.2. A study of rural household expenditure inequality and poverty: Sources and implications for sustainable rural communities in Nepal, Ajoy Bista, University of Guelph

PAPER SESSION 3: Data Sources and Measurement of Well-Being in Latin America

pdf

Paper 3.1. Agricultural households in the context of the household surveys and Agricultural Census in Brazil, Flavio Bolliger, IBGE

pdf

Paper 3.2. A characterization of poverty incidence and income profiles of rural households in twelve Latin American countries, Adrian Rodriguez, CEPAL

pdf

Paper 3.3. Central American comparisons of LSMS-ISA data collection and dissemination efforts, Carlos Alberto Zuniga Gonzalez, National University of Nicaragua

PAPER SESSION 4: Special Topics

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Paper 4.1. The aggregation problem in its historical perspective: A summary overview, Giancarlo Lutero, ISTAT

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Paper 4.2. Gender issues in agricultural and rural household well-being, Mary Ahearn, Economic Research Service. Diana Tempelman, FAO

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Paper 4.3. Linkages between crude oil exploration and agricultural development in Nigeria: Implications for relevant qualitative data collection and analysis to improve rural economy, T.G. Apata, Joseph Ayo, Babalola University, Nigeria

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Paper 4.4. Remote rural regions in the EU and North America, Vicente Ruiz, OECD, and Lewis Dijkstra, EC

WORKING GROUP SESSION

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Way forward for the Wye City Group: Contribution to the Implementation Plan of the Global Strategy to Improve Agriculture and Rural Statistics , Naman Keita, FAO

Venue

  • Waugh Auditorium
    Economic Research Service
    1800 M St., NW
    Washington, DC 20036