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Migrants and the labour process: a module for migration surveys


  • Standing, Guy.


ILO pub-wep pub. Working paper comprising a draft chapter from an anticipated guide to survey data collecting on internal migration, labour mobility and employment (esp. In developing countries - develops a questionnaire to determine basic household activities (wages and unpaid work, occupational status, etc.) And labour force participation (pre and post migration, recent and return migrant, etc.). References.

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  • Standing, Guy., 1981. "Migrants and the labour process: a module for migration surveys," ILO Working Papers 992100603402676, International Labour Organization.
  • Handle: RePEc:ilo:ilowps:992100603402676

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