statistical analysis, child welfare, Indonesia, Java Island, small area estimation, Empirical best linear unbiased prediction, child labor
Children's wellbeing has currently become a global concern as many of them are engaged in the labor force. A small area estimation (SAE) technique, EBLUP under Fey Herriot model, is employed to reveal their number in regencies of Java Island. Statistics have been disaggregated by geographical location (urban/rural) and gender. These statistics are required by the government as the basis for policy making.
Applied Statistics | Public Policy | Social Welfare | Statistical Methodology | Statistical Models
Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the U.S. Department of State
Yuniarti, "Working Children on Java Island 2017" (2020). English Language Institute. 121.
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