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Caucasus Research Resource Centers (CRRC) -Armenia Data Initiative-2005. Heghine Manasyan , Ph.D., CRRC-Armenia Director Armen Asatryan, Ph.D., CRRC-Armenia Expert. October 28, 2005, Yerevan [email protected] DI-2005: General Information. 1500 households in each Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia

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Caucasus Research Resource Centers (CRRC)-ArmeniaData Initiative-2005

Heghine Manasyan , Ph.D., CRRC-Armenia DirectorArmen Asatryan, Ph.D., CRRC-Armenia Expert

October 28, 2005, [email protected]


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DI-2005: General Information

  • 1500 households in each Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia

    • 750 of which in regions of each country

  • Focused on Demography, Education, Migration, Health, Social Institutions, Politics, Crime, and Economic Condition

  • 2004 & 2005 joint dataset

  • All the findings are based on the sample

  • Datasets are available at :

    www.crrc.am

Programs and Services

CRRC Data Initiative


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Demography - 2005: Distribution of surveyed household members by age groups (% of total)

Average Age

37.3 years

34.4 years

31.4 years


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Demography- 2005: Education of surveyed Individuals 18 +(% of total)


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Economic Condition-2004 -2005: Average Monthly Income in USD for 18 +


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Economic Condition - 2005: Regression Analysis by Country

  • Income = F (age, gender, education, and place of residence) + error

Estimated Equations

Armenia

Income = 29.8 – 6.4X age – 37.9Xgender + 10.4Xeducation + 8.9Xplace

Azerbaijan

Income = 57.9 – 10.3Xage – 49.5Xgender+ 6.3Xeducation + 6.14Xplace

Georgia

Income = 8.2 – 4.3Xage – 21.9Xgender + 5.9Xeducation + 17.8Xplace

Where: Income = average monthly income in USD: Age=<18; 18-30; 31-45; 46-60; 61+; Gender=1;0; Education: 7 levels from no primary education to the Post graduate; Place of residence= Capital City and Region.


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Migration – 2004–2005: Share of surveyed individuals living abroad for 3 or more months during the last 3 years (% of total)


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Migration – 2005: Countries of migration (% of total migrated)


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Migration – 2005: The primary reason for staying abroad (% of total migrated)


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Demography – 2005: Current occupation (% of total)


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Education–2005: The most important factor for obtaining a good job (% of total)


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Health– 2005: Smoking habits(% of total)


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Health– 2005:

Average Number of Cigarettes Smoked per Day (by gender)

Starting Age of Smokers by Gender (% of total smokers)


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Politics - 2004–2005: The most important goal to be addressed in the country (% of total)


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Politics – 2005:

Attitudes in Georgia and Azerbaijan regarding economic and political cooperation with Armenia (% of total)

Attitudes in Armenia regarding economic and political cooperation with Georgia and Azerbaijan (% of total)


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Politics –Armenia 2005:

Reasons for not participating during the last presidential election(% of total)

Participation during the last presidential election (% of total)


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Politics –Armenian 2005:

Reasons for not participating during the last parliamentary election(% of total)

Participation during the last parliamentary election (% of total)


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Social Institutions - 2004 – 2005:Trust toward the President (average score)

Score

5 = Fully trust

4 = Rather trust

3 = Neutral

2 = Rather Distrust

1 = Fully Distrust


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5 = Fully trust

4 = Rather trust

3 = Neutral

2 = Rather Distrust

1 = Fully Distrust

Social Institutions - Armenia 2005:

Familiarity with the following International Organizations (% of total)

Score

Assessment of the efficiency of operation of the following International organizations (average score)


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Crime - 2004–2005:Crime level in the past year (number of cases)


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Score

5 =Fully trust

4 =Rather trust

3 =Neutral

2 =Rather Distrust

1 =Fully Distrust

Crime -2004 –2005: Trust toward the selected social institutions (average score)


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Economic Condition-2004–2005: Respondents’ perception about the current economic condition of their household (% of total)


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Economic Condition – 2005: Respondents’ perception about the change in the household economic condition over the past 3 years (% of total)


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Economic Condition – 2005: Respondents’ perception about the economic condition of their households in the upcoming 3 years (% of total)


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Economic Condition – 2005: Respondents’ perception about the economic condition of their households in the upcoming 3 years (% of total)

Weighted Data


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We have touched just the top of the huge iceberg of exciting information.

You are cordially invited to further analyze the CRRC databases.

Thank You !!!


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