Kristen Himelein
Kristen Himelein
World Bank - Poverty Global Practice
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Reliability of recall in agricultural data
K Beegle, C Carletto, K Himelein
The World Bank, 2011
1472011
Frame-of-reference bias in subjective welfare
K Beegle, K Himelein, M Ravallion
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 81 (2), 556-570, 2012
592012
The economic impact of Ebola on sub-Saharan Africa: updated estimates for 2015
MR Thomas, G Smith, FHG Ferreira, D Evans, M Maliszewska, M Cruz, ...
The World Bank, 2015
442015
Sampling nomads: a new technique for remote, hard-to-reach, and mobile populations
K Himelein, S Eckman, S Murray
Journal of official statistics 30 (2), 191, 2014
422014
Can subjective questions on economic welfare be trusted?
M Ravallion, K Himelein, K Beegle
Economic Development and Cultural Change 64 (4), 697-726, 2016
382016
Improving the availability, quality and policy-relevance of agricultural data: The living standards measurement study-integrated surveys on agriculture
G Carletto, K Beegle, K Himelein, T Kilic, S Murray, M Oseni, K Scott, ...
Third Wye City Group Global Conference on Agricultural and Rural Household …, 2010
342010
Interviewer effects in subjective survey questions: evidence from Timor-Leste
K Himelein
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 28 (4), 511-533, 2016
212016
Frame-of-reference bias in subjective welfare regressions
K Beegle, K Himelein, M Ravallion
182009
Weight calculations for panel surveys with subsampling and split-off tracking
K Himelein
Statistics and Public Policy 1 (1), 40-45, 2014
142014
The socio-economic impacts of Ebola in Liberia: Results from a high frequency cell phone survey
K Himelein
World Bank Group, 2014
142014
Can subjective questions on economic welfare be trusted? evidence for three developing countries
M Ravallion, K Himelein, K Beegle
The World Bank, 2013
122013
The use of random geographic cluster sampling to survey pastoralists
K Himelein, S Eckman, S Murray
The World Bank, 2013
122013
The socio-economic impacts of Ebola in Sierra Leone
K Himelein, M Testaverde, A Turay, S Turay
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2015
112015
Alternatives to full listing for second stage sampling: methods and implications
K Himelein, S Eckman, S Murray, J Bauer
Statistical Journal of the IAOS 33 (3), 701-718, 2017
92017
Second-stage sampling for conflict areas: Methods and implications
K Himelein, S Eckman, S Murray, J Bauer
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2016
92016
Socio-Economic Impacts of Ebola in Liberia: Results from a High Frequency Cell Phone Survey, Round 5
K Himelein, JG Kastelic
82015
The lay of the land: Land access and dispute resolution in Timor-Leste
P Dale, K Himelein, D Nikitin, A Bexley
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2010
82010
Mobile phone surveys for understanding Covid-19 impacts. Part II: response, quality, and questions
K Himelein, S Eckman, C Lau, D McKenzie
Development Impact Blog 8, 2020
72020
A novel approach to the automatic designation of predefined census enumeration areas and population sampling frames: A case study in Somalia
S Qader, V Lefebvre, A Ninneman, K Himelein, U Pape, L Bengtsson, ...
The World Bank, 2019
72019
Surveying justice: a practical guide to household surveys
K Himelein, N Menzies, M Woolcock
World Bank Justice and Development Working Paper, 2010
72010
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