Migration in Retrospect : Remembrances of Things Past
Given the growing importance of retrospective surveys, researchers need tonot only be sensitive to the quality of the underlying data but are likely to benefit from investments in better understanding the extent and nature of biases inherent in these sources. This paper is the product of such an investment. Focussing on residential location and migration, we undertake a detailed evaluation of retrospective life histories contained in a pair of household surveys.
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