Life in Transition Surveys

Year: 2014
Country: Multicountry
Subject: Living Conditions & Poverty / Migration
Client: World Bank

Life in Transition Surveys (LITS), first fielded in the 2000s in Eastern European countries with transition economies, represented an endeavor to discover how life had changed for the citizens of those countries as of the fall of the Berlin Wall and how they viewed the future.

Sistemas Integrales played a key role in the design and analysis of that first round of LITS, which was supported by the World Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and again in subsequent replications:

  • First, LITS was replicated in some Western European countries.
  • Second, in recognition of the upheavals in the Arab world since 2011, a new version of LITS was fielded in three Arab countries: Jordan, Tunisia and Morocco.

In the Arab countries, Sistemas Integrales was able to build on its decades of experience of designing and fielding surveys in these countries. This latest survey included the conscious effort to gather data on the potentially differing opinions of the various members of the household. For example: 

  • Have different generations experienced recent changes in different ways?
  • Do men and women view the future with differing levels of optimism

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Address

José Miguel de la Barra 412, piso 4
Postcode 6500446
Santiago, Chile

Phone

+562 2638 1841
+562 2639 4554

Sistemas Integrales 2018 – All Rights Reserved