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Colombia in motion 2010-2013

The changes in the life of households observed through the Colombian Longitudinal Survey (ELCA)

Ximena Cadena (compiladora)
Economía

The Colombian Longitudinal Survey of the University of Los Andes (ELCA) is an ambitious project, which aims to follow over a decade more than 10,000 households in urban and rural areas of Colombia. The survey will reveal the dynamics of households, developments in the labour market, the development of children, the vulnerability to shocks and the mechanisms that households have to react to them, access to financial services, the dynamics in home ownership, land tenure and production in rural areas, and social and political behaviour of Colombians. In the first half of 2010 the first round of the ELCA was performed. About eighty people made up of interviewers, supervisors and psychologists who were in charge of doing field tests visited and surveyed the residents of 10,164 homes, 5,446 in urban areas of Colombia, from social strata one to four representing urban households nationwide, and 4,718 smallholder households in four rural micro-regions of the country.

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ISBN impreso 9789587743111
ISBN electrónico 9789587743128
Año de publicación 2016
Mes de Publicación Abril
Edición Primera
Número de páginas 226
Tamaño 21,5 x 27,9

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The Colombian Longitudinal Survey of the University of Los Andes (ELCA) is an ambitious project, which aims to follow over a decade more than 10,000 households in urban and rural areas of Colombia. The survey will reveal the dynamics of households, developments in the labour market, the development of children, the vulnerability to shocks and the mechanisms that households have to react to them, access to financial services, the dynamics in home ownership, land tenure and production in rural areas, and social and political behaviour of Colombians. In the first half of 2010 the first round of the ELCA was performed. About eighty people made up of interviewers, supervisors and psychologists who were in charge of doing field tests visited and surveyed the residents of 10,164 homes, 5,446 in urban areas of Colombia, from social strata one to four representing urban households nationwide, and 4,718 smallholder households in four rural micro-regions of the country.

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