Missing Dimensions of Poverty Survey in Chile

Analysis of OPHI’s dataset on the missing dimensions of poverty in Chile is underway, following OPHI’s public call for proposals earlier this year. Over 20 proposals from researchers around the world were accepted, and these teams are currently working on their analyses. Some preliminary results have been presented at a series of seminars. This week Lea Cassar from ETH and the University of Zurich presented a preview of her work on Quality of Employment and Job Satisfaction, as part of OPHI’s Lunchtime Seminar Series. Earlier in November, Gaston Yalonetzky, from OPHI, presented his work-in-progress on gender inequality over the missing dimensions of wellbeing at the IDB Seminar Series, Washington D.C. and the HDRO Seminar Series, New York.

To find out more about the missing dimensions of poverty survey in Chile, including a list of the analyses that are underway, the survey documentation and how to download a small sample of the dataset, please click here.

For an overview of OPHI’s missing dimensions research programme, please download the Missing Dimensions Poster that introduces this work at a glance, and for more information see our Research Pages.