Dane So, President of the DC Research/CORD, hold a Bachelor of Art in Business Management and current is undertaking of Master in Marketing Management and Research.
is authored and co-authored several article both local and international Journal published by Cambodia Development Resource Institute
(CDRI) in Cambodia Development Review
(CDR), Population Studies Center (PSC) of University of Michigan
, University of California San Francisco
(UCSF), AIDS Care
, Asian Development Bank
(ADB) and World Bank
has ten (10) years experiences in research, data management and statistical analysis including selecting Inferential Statistical, Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA) and Structural Equation Model (SEM).
has extensive experiences with professional statistical and GIS software such as SPSS Syntax development, SPSS Amos, Stata Do File development, Epi Info, EpiData, ArcGIS, ArcView GIS etc.
He has been provide a consultant on Poverty & Social Impact Assessment (PSIA) for Women's Development Centers Project with ADB in January 2010 and another PSIA Consultant for Baseline socioeconomic survey of Micro and Small Enterprise (MSE) with ADB in August 2011.
Recent year, He was employed 3 years by the Cooperation Committee for Cambodia (CCC), as Senior Trainer/ Researcher and Consultants of the Analysis Development Issue (ADI) project, since March 2009 to December 2011.
During this period, ADI project provide three levels of course per year, basic course (for NGO managers and directors), advance course (for past participants of basic course and profession researchers) and community course (for field workers) respectively.
In each course, he
involves in delivering sessions such as research methodology, participatory action research, quantitative data analysis, etc. In the basic course which tries to link micro issues to macro issues, He
delivers the sessions on globalization and development, poverty assessment, international trade, climate change, and NGOs challenges and achievements.
While the courses emphasize primarily on analytical thinking skill through conducting policy research and community based action research, his
core responsibility is to strengthen analytical capacity of Cambodian NGOs
staff to work effectively in their community and enable them in examining various approaches to development and advocacy.
In the research design and organizing research fieldwork, he
is actively involved.
In addition to research and delivering course sessions, he
also involves in course curriculum development and writing research reports and articles for publication.
As part of the research findings dissemination, he
is required to develop slide presentation and deliver the presentation to national and international audiences during national symposium, conference, national and provincial issues briefing workshops.
also provide consultants for CHABDAI Butterfly Longitudinal study, to provide capacity building in data analysis and research since February 2012 to present.
Currently, He is a Data and Research Consultant from May 2012 to May 2013, focus on Cambodia Socio Economic Survey (CSES) and Cambodia Food Price Monitor under Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Unit (PREM) and Sustainable Development Unit (SD) in the World Bank Cambodia Office.