Mexican Migration Project (ICPSR 177)

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Jorge Durand Arp-Nisen, Universidad de Guadalajara. Depto. de Estudios Sobre Movimientos Sociales (DESMOS); Douglas S. Massey, Princeton University. Office of Population Research

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Mexican Migration Project (MMP) is a yearly study of Mexican migrants that randomly samples households in communities throughout Mexico. After gathering social, demographic, and economic information on the household and its members, interviewers collect basic information on each person's first and last trip to the United States. From household heads, they compile a year-by-year history of United States migration and collect information about the last trip northward, focusing on employment, earnings, and use of United States social services.

Arp-Nisen, Jorge Durand, and Massey, Douglas S. Mexican Migration Project. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2006-03-31. https://doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR00177.v1

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2005-07-29

2006-03-31