Quantitative Research Methods Intro

Quantitative Research Methods
This group is interested in quantitative research methods mainly to do with applied econometrics, but also work that relates to psychology and survey design. The principal aim is to highlight work using these methods and to provide a network of researchers who are willing and able to help with the design of capabilities-related research as well as the analysis of findings. The activities that we envisage at present are the construction of a list of capabilities researchers using applied econometric and other statistical techniques, a database of externally funded capabilities related projects and their funding bodies, and an occasional informal get-together to share ideas as well as support and encourage capabilities researchers wanting to make grant applications to funding bodies.

Coordinators:

zafZubair Fassal Abbasi
IMPACT Consulting, Pakistan
zubair@impact.org.pk

Mr. Abbasi is an international research, monitoring and evaluation specialist. He is founder and Executive Director of IMPACT Consulting <www.impact.org.pk> which provides services for socio-economic survey research, evaluation and impact assessments, market intelligence, and multiple levels of project implementation.

AurinoElisabetta Aurino
University of Oxford, United Kingdom
e.aurino@imperial.ac.uk
Elisabetta is a development economist and her research focuses on  child development - particularly around inequalities of health, nutrition and education outcomes over the lifecourse - as well as on changes in nutrition and diets, with a specific focus on linkages between food systems, social protection and nutrition

PeleahMihail Peleah
UNDP, Europe and Central Asia
mihail.peleah@undp.org
Mihail Peleah is currently working as a Programme Specialist Green Economy and Employment in UNDP Istanbul Regional Hub, previously worked as a Human Development Programme and Research officer. His research interest include sustainable development, social inclusion, migration and remittances, and statistics and analysis for human development.

image001Graciela Tonon
Universidad Nacional de Lomas de Zamora and Universidad de Palermo, Argentina
gtonon1@palermo.edu
Dr. Political Science, Magister Political Sciences and Social-worker. Member Human Development and Capability Association since 2007, Information Officer (2013-2016). Director UNI-COM (university and community relations) Universidad Nacional de Lomas de Zamora, Argentina. Director Research Center in Social Sciences and Journal of Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de Palermo, Argentina. Chair Editorial Board International Handbooks of Quality of Life Series, Springer. Her last book as Editor/Author: Indicators of Quality of Life in Latin America, SIR 62, Springer, include a chapter dedicated to the measurement of inequalities and quality of life in South American countries.