Longitudinal studies: an insight into current studies and the social and economic outcomes for migrants

Richard Black, Tony Fielding, Russell King, Ronald Skeldon, Richmond Tiemoko

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Abstract

This paper responds to the interest of the Home Office's Immigration, Research and Statistics Service (IRSS) in creating a longitudinal database to provide information on the social and economic outcomes for refugees and other migrants entering and settling in the United Kingdom. The research team were asked to provide information on current longitudinal methods used worldwide in creating suitable databases on migrant profiles and outcomes, with specific reference to four existing longitudinal surveys (LS) in Canada, the United States, Australia and New Zealand.
Original languageUndefined/Unknown
Place of PublicationBrighton
PublisherSussex Centre for Migration Research
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2003

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