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Living Standards Measurement Survey 2002 (General Population, Wave 1 Panel) and Family Income Support Survey 2002
Serbia and Montenegro
Ministry of Social Affairs, Strategic Marketing & Media Research Institute Group (SMMRI)
Sep 05, 2014
Mar 29, 2019
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Project appraisal document on a proposed credit in the amount of sdr 14.1 million (US $21 million equivalent) to Serbia and Montenegro for a Serbia energy efficiency project
: Infrastructure and Energy Department South East Europe Country Unit Europe and Central Asia Region, 2004.
Serbia and Montenegro poverty assessment (in two volumes) volume II: main report
Transition from education to work: Serbia country report
ETF Working document (2007).
Arandarenko, Mihail, Mariana Kotzeva, and Bianka Pauna.
Valuing human capital in Balkan transition countries
Europe's Troubled Region: Economic Development, Institutional Reform and Social Welfare in the Western Balkans
New York, NY, United States of America: Routledge, 2008.
Post-conflict privatisation: A review of developments in Serbia and Bosnia Herzegovina
Economic and Statistics Analysis Unit, Overseas Development Institute, Working Paper No. 12 (2005).
Bogdanov, Natalija, and Zorica Vasiljevic.
Role of agriculture and multifunctional rural development in Serbia
Budapest, Hungary: Agroinform Publishing House.
Bogdanovic, Dragan, Dragana Nikic, Branislav Petrovic, Biljana Kocic, Jovica Jovanovic, Maja Nikolic, and Zoran Miloc.
Mortality of Roma Population in Serbia, 2002-2005
Bruck, Tilman, Patricia Justino, Philip Verwimp, and Alexandra Avdeenko.
Identifying conflict and violence in micro-level surveys
HiCN Working Paper 79 (2004).
Davies, James B, Susanna Sandstrom, Anthony Shorrocks, and Edward N Wolff.
The world distribution of household wealth
Personal wealth from a global perspective (2008).
Monitoring the Mediterranean strategy for sustainable development (MSSD)
Plan Bleu Centre d'Activités Régionales (2008).
Dübel, Hans J, W Brzeski J Brzeski, and Ellen Hamilton.
Rental choice and housing policy realignment in transition: Post-privatization challenges in the Europe and Central Asia region
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 3884 (2006).
Rural vulnerability in Serbia
SSRN eLibrary (2006).
Fetsi, Anastasia, Arjen Deij, Heinrik Huitfeldt, Meri Lorencic, Jean-Raymond Masson, Ekaterina Selezneva, William Bartlett, and Ray Phillips.
Labour markets in the Western Balkans: challenges for the future
Torino, Italy: European Training Foundation, 2007.
Huitfeldt, Henrik, and Ekaterina Selezneva.
Labour market attachment in the Western Balkans: Some evidence using sequence analysis
Jankovic, Janko, Snezana Simic, and Jalena Marinkovic.
Inequalities that hurt: demographic, socio-economic and health status inequalities in the utilization of health services in Serbia
The European Journal of Public Health 20, no. 4 (2010): 389.
Klenha, Vaclav, Soren Nielsen, Evgenia Petkova, and Ali E Su.
Country review of human resource development in Serbia
Kolev, Alexandre, and Catherine Saget.
Understanding youth labour market disadvantage: Evidence from south-east Europe
International Labour Review 144, no. 2 (2005): 161-187.
Kolev, Alexandre, and Catherine Saget.
Towards a better understanding of the nature, causes and consequences of youth labor market disadvantage: evidence for South-East Europe
: The World Bank, 2005.
Krsti, Gorana, and Peter Sanfey.
Earnings Inequality and the Informal Economy
Economics of Transition 19, no. 1 (2010): 179-199.
La Cava, Gloria, Paula Lytle, Alexadre Kolev, Zeynep Ozbil, Carine Clert, and Diana Marginean.
Young people in South-Eastern Europe: From risk to empowerment
Washington, DC, United States of America: World Bank, 2006.
Landesmann, Michael, and Hermine Vidovic.
Employment developments in Central and Eastern Europe: Trends and explanations
: Wiener Institut fur Internationale Wirtschaftsvergleiche (WIIW) , 2006.
Leitner, Sebastian, and Robert Stehrer.
Inequality in selected SEE countries: A decomposition analysis of trends and determinants
Global Development Network project "Inequality and Fiscal Policy in Transition Countries" (2009).
Mendola, Mariapia, Caryn Bredenkamp, and Michele Gragnolati.
The impoverishing effect of adverse health events: Evidence from the Western Balkans
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper , no. 4444 (2007).
Mete, Cem, Jeanine Braithwaite, and Pia H Schneider.
Economic implications of chronic illness and disability in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union
A Regional Overview (2008).
Global inequality of opportunity: How much of our income is determined at birth?
Trivunovic, Marijana, Vera Devine, and Harald Mathisen.
Corruption in Serbia 2007: overview of problems and status of reforms
: Chr. Michelsen Institute, 2007.
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