Hai-Anh H. Dang
Economist, Poverty and Inequality Unit, Development Research Group, World Bank
Hai-Anh H. Dang is an Economist in the Surveys and Methods Team, Development Data Group, World Bank. He received his B.A. from Foreign Trade University, Vietnam and his Ph.D. in Applied Economics from University of Minnesota. His main research is on development, poverty, education, labor, and methodology to construct synthetic (pseudo) panel data from cross sections. He has published in journals such as Economic Development and Cultural Change, Economics of Education Review, European Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Development Economics, World Bank Economic Review, as well as a book on private tutoring in Vietnam.
- Alternative methods to produce poverty estimates when household consumption data are not available (Part I)
- Measuring the statistical capacity of nations
- A first look at Facebook’s high-resolution population maps
- Middle-class dynamics and the Arab Spring
- Les évolutions de la classe moyenne et le Printemps arabe
- ديناميكية الطبقة المتوسطة والربيع العربي
- Once poor, forever poor?
- Measuring poverty dynamics without (actual) panel data: Could we square the circle?
- How to overcome the (almost insurmountable) task of tracking poverty trends without good consumption data?