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International labour migration statistics: use of censuses and sample surveys

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Paper focuses on censuses and sample surveys as a means of generating the data required for migration analysis.

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  • Oberai A., 1993. "International labour migration statistics: use of censuses and sample surveys," ILO Working Papers 992955643402676, International Labour Organization.
  • Handle: RePEc:ilo:ilowps:992955643402676
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    1. Birks, J. S. & Sinclair, C. A., 1989. "Manpower and population evolution in the gcc and the libyan Arab jamahiriya," ILO Working Papers 992713293402676, International Labour Organization.
    2. Bruni M. & Venturini A. & Stark O., 1992. "Two essays on migration," ILO Working Papers 992866373402676, International Labour Organization.
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