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Life in Transition survey II

The Life in Transition survey II, conducted jointly by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the World Bank in late 2010, surveyed almost 39,000 households in 34 countries to assess public attitudes, well-being and the impacts of economic and political change. The Survey provides vivid evidence of precisely how lives have been affected by the global economic crisis and its aftermath.

Date:29 June 2011
Published: June 2011
Pages: 116
Price: Free

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Chapters

Contents, Foreword by the Chief Economist and Executive Summary (467KB - PDF)

Impact of the global economic crisis (803KB - PDF)

Attitudes and values (876KB - PDF)

Governance and public service delivery (745KB - PDF)

Corruption and trust (1MB - PDF)

Gender differences in social integration (771KB - PDF)

Country assessments (1MB - PDF)

Annex and acknowledgements (286KB - PDF)

Country Assessments in HTML

Central Europe and the Baltic states South-eastern Europe
Croatia Albania
Estonia Bosnia and Herzegovina
Hungary Bulgaria
Latvia FYR Macedonia
Lithuania Montenegro
Poland Romania
Slovak Republic Serbia
Slovenia  
Eastern Europe and the Caucasus Central Asia
Armenia Kazakhstan
Azerbaijan Kyrgyz Republic
Belarus Mongolia
Georgia Tajikistan
Moldova Uzbekistan
Ukraine  
   
Turkey Russia

 

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Life in Transition (2006)

Last updated 29 June 2011

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Feature Page

  • Highlights of the second Life in Transition survey

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Additional information

Data
DTA format (200MB - DTA) which can be opened in Stata.
There is no CSV file available as we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the data when converted from Stata.
Questionnaire (161KB - PDF)
Charts for individual countries can be found on the assessment pages listed on the left.

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