MONGOLIA COUNTRY REPORT National Statistical Office IPUMS-Global Workshop, Lisbon, Portugal, August 22-26, 2007.
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MONGOLIA COUNTRY REPORT National Statistical Office IPUMS-Global Workshop, Lisbon, Portugal, August 22-26, 2007
Content Population Census History of Mongolia Census Documentation History of census microdata, availability and accessibility Contents of microdata files entrusted to IPUMS Harmonization Completeness of enumeration Principal publications
3 Population Census History of Mongolia During the 20 th century Mongolia has conducted nine population censuses in 1918, 1935, 1944, 1956, 1963, 1969, 1979, 1989 and 2000 1969, 1979 and 1989 censuses were developed in accordance with methodologies recommended by Commission of Economic Mutual Assistance for socialist countries. Main features of these censuses: Population censuses and housing censuses were conducted together UN recommendation on periodicity
2000 Population and Housing census 2000 census was the first census after adapting to a market economy 2000 census was conducted in accordance with UN Principles and Recommendations for Population and Housing Censuses First time, rich information on migration were collected First time, census materials were processed using personal computers and international standard software.
2000 Population and Housing census First time, the post-enumeration survey was conducted Broad-based census advocacy and publicity were conducted compared with the previous censuses Output tables extracted from the census were consistent with international standards
Census questionnaires for 1989 and 2000 censuses Census enumerator manual and coding instructions Census Documentation
History of census microdata, availability and accessibility 2000 population and housing census data available 1989 census data will be recovered
Contents of microdata files entrusted to IPUMS Social and demographic characteristics Geographical and migration characteristics Educational characteristics Economic characteristics Dwelling characteristics Building characteristics
Harmonization 1989 and 2000 censuses 2000 census differ from 1989: Migration issues Economic activity Definition Classification Harmonization
Completeness of enumeration The first PES in the period of transition from command to market economy only urban areas were covered
Principal publications The 2000 Population and Housing Census results: for analysis of socio-demographic, some economic and ethnic characteristics as well as housing for development, monitoring and evaluation of policies and programs for population projections, analyses of trends
Preliminary Results of the Census (in Mongolian and English) (April, 2000) The Census Preliminary Results included: Total population, number of households Population growth Age and sex Census organization Census concepts and definitions
The 2000 Census Administrative Report Volume 1 (in Mongolian and English, Dec 2000) Record of the experiences accumulated during the 2000 Population and Housing Census Serves as key reference in confronting and resolving issues in organizing and conducting subsequent censuses Provides all technical and logistics information on the census for the experts This Report included:
The Main Results of the 2000 Population and Housing Census (in Mongolian and English, 2001) Population size and growth Residency Demographic characteristics Ethnicity Internal migration, urbanization Education Economic activity Households, living quarters and housing facilities Main results also published by each provinces. The content:
MONGOLIAN POPULATION IN XX CENTURY 2003 Included nine population censuses Development of Mongolian population, its growth and age composition over the last century.
– Gender in Mongolia, 2002 – Housing, 2001 – Internal Migration and Urbanization, 2002 – Population projections, 2002 – Economic Activity, 2001 – Nuptiality Patterns in Mongolia, 2002 – Education and Literacy, 2002 – Older Population in Mongolia, 2002 –Youth, 2002 All monographs in Mongolian and English Thematic Monographs
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