Wave 24 of CPHS Begins

September 2021 marks the transition from one wave to the next of the world’s largest household panel survey, the Consumer Pyramids Household Survey. Wave 23 of CPHS ran from 1 May to 31 August 2021. The data from Wave 23, comprising accepted interviews from 117,303 households and 584,287 individuals is already available for download to subscribers of Consumer Pyramids dx.

Wave 24 of CPHS will run from 1 September to 31 December 2021 with over 178,000 households scheduled to be surveyed across the length and breadth of India. They will be interviewed to produce over 600 indicators on their well-being.

September 2021 is also an exciting month of new webinars from CPHS:

  1. 14th CPHS Research Seminar: Kunal Mangal from Centre for Sustainable Development, Azim Premji University will present Competitive Exams for Government Jobs and the Labor Supply of College Graduates in India. Their work will be discussed by Christina Brown from the Becker Friedman Institute for Economics at the University of Chicago. You can sign up for the webinar here.
  2. Stories from Wave 23: To mark the transition from Wave 23 to Wave 24, Kaushik Krishnan, Chief Economist, and Mahesh Vyas, MD and CEO of CMIE, will present Stories from Wave 23. The webinar will cover changes to the sample, overall survey balance as well as some interesting results from Wave 23. You can sign up for the webinar here.

Both webinars will be one hour long with 30 minutes of discussion and Q&A. They are great opportunities to learn more about how CPHS is administered and how the data from CPHS is applied in research.

We look forward to seeing you at our webinars. All our events are open to the public. If the time of an event does not work for you, signing up will ensure that you receive a link to the resources from the event such as a recording and slides. Please feel free to forward this invitation to anyone that might be interested in attending.

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