Quantitative Methods

Romani Realities in the United States: Breaking the Silence. Challenge the Stereotype

Faculty Member: Jacqueline Bhabha

 

In 2019, the François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard University (FXB Center) and the Voice of Roma implemented Romani Realities in the United States: Breaking the Silence, Challenging the Stereotype, a research project focused on the situation of Romani people in the United States. The project explored three topics in particular: (a) quantitative data with and about Romani people in the US; (b) a...

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Caregiver-Reported Early Development Index (CREDI)

Faculty Member: Günther Fink

The primary aim of the Caregiver-Reported Early Development Index (CREDI) project is to develop population-level measure of early childhood development for children from birth to age three. In doing so, we hope to provide a tool that allows us to quantify children’s skills and needs across countries with the ultimate objective of making more informed decisions regarding ECD policies and resource allocation.... Read more about Caregiver-Reported Early Development Index (CREDI)