Surveying Migrant Households : A Comparison of Census-Based , Snowball , and Intercept Point Surveys

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  title={Surveying Migrant Households : A Comparison of Census-Based , Snowball , and Intercept Point Surveys},
  author={David J. Mckenzie and Johan Mistiaen},
  year={2007}
}
Surveying Migrant Households: A Comparison of Census-Based, Snowball, and Intercept Point Surveys Few representative surveys of households of migrants exist, limiting our ability to study the effects of international migration on sending families. We report the results of an experiment designed to compare the performance of three alternative survey methods in collecting data from Japanese-Brazilian families, many of whom send migrants to Japan. The three surveys conducted were 1) Households… CONTINUE READING
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