SEIFA

AcronymDefinition
SEIFASocio Economic Indexes for Areas
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The term in parentheses is a weighted SEIFA Advantage-Disadvantage index for each postcode that controls for the estimated resident population.
comparatively disadvantaged, when measured according to the SEIFA Index
2039.0 - Information paper: An introduction to socio-economic indexes for areas (SEIFA), 2006.
SEIFA disadvantage index, state of residence, remoteness, and wave dummies are also included as controls for location and time specific effects.
However, examination of the mix of socioeconomics finds that the vast majority (84%) are in the lower five of SEIFA deciles, with 71% being in the lower three SEIFA deciles (see Table 1).
[43] Australian Bureau of Statistics, "Census of population and housing: socioeconomic indexes for areas (SEIFA)," Tech.
The team is rounded--out by Special Assistant Seifa Hauptmann, Communications Specialist Mark Giambrone and intern Claudette Rhone.
For this reason, the SEIFA index of Urban Advantage (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 1998) was used, along with the postcode districts within which schools were situated, as an approximation for the socio-economic status of students.
The documentary portrays the mission of a group of youths from the Jabaliya refugee camp and Seifa Village in Gaza to break the Guinness World Record on flying the largest number of kites.
One difference between these cities is the level of social disadvantage measured by the three Socio-Economic Indexes for Areas (SEIFA) reported in Table 1 below:
The meeting reviewed a number of questions from some members of the Majlis Al Shura to some ministers on a number of issues, including the opening of a branch for the Omani Women's Association in Yeti Al Seifa road.
The meeting reviewed a number of questions from some members of the Majlis A'Shura to some Ministers on a number of topics, including the opening of a branch for the Omani Women Association in Muscat, Yeti-al Seifa road, in addition to a number of letters received from citizens and staff in some government sectors.