This technical paper reviews the literature on the methodologies for reconciling data from agricultural censuses and surveys.
This working paper offers a comprehensive view of rural statistics, illustrates how indicators may be selected, and suggests alternative definitions of rural.
This Technical Report is a first step towards improving national statistics on the production and consumption of woodfuel in developing countries.
The objective of this working paper is to design a protocol for in-country testing of specific ways to employ strategies and methodologies for improving administrative data.
Country field tests form an integral part of research projects under the Global Strategy to improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics. This technical report presents three field tests on agricultural cost of production statistics.
The aim of the research is to develop strategies and methodologies for the improvement of the collection and management of data from administrative sources and of their use in an integrated agricultural statistics system in developing countries.
This working paper highlights the key issues, challenges and weaknesses of the administrative agricultural data system and proposes possible recommendations to address them.
This document reviews the literature on the collection of sex-disaggregated data in agricultural surveys and the agricultural modules of national household surveys in preparation for a guidance document for national statistical institutions.
Timely and accurate data is critically important for the development of food security programs, agricultural development, poverty reduction policies, investment strategies and natural disaster responses.
This literature review presents the main findings of bibliographic research on the application of remote sensing to agricultural and rural statistics.
This Handbook presents guidelines and recommendations for designing and implementing a statistical program on cost of production (CoP) in agriculture at the country level.
This publication, prepared in the context of the AMIS Initiative, provides insights into the complexity of the crop yield forecasting system at country level whilst highlighting good practices and prospects for the future.