2006 MEXICAN SOCIAL MOBILITY SURVEY (MSMS).

Florencia Torche, P.I.
Funding:  Fundacion ESRU.

- The MSMS is the first nationally representative, fully probabilistic survey of intergenerational mobility of Mexican men and women.

- The survey includes information on respondent's and partner's current education, occupation, household income, wealth and living standards, social background, migration and occupational history.

- Sample size is 7,288.

2003 SURVEY OF INTERGENERATIONAL FINANCIAL LINKAGES IN CHILE (IFLC)

Seymour Spilerman and Florencia Torche, Co-P.I.s
Funding: Ford Foundation.

- Three-generation survey of living standards and intergenerational assistance.

- The survey includes information on education, occupation, income and economic wellbeing for the focal generation, as well as their parents and children. The IFLC is fully probabilistic, and nationally representative.

- Sample size is 4,300.


2001 CHILEAN SOCIAL MOBILITY SURVEY (CSMS).

Funding: FONDECYT and Ford Foundation.

- First national inter- and intra-generation mobility survey in Chile.

- Sample is fully probabilistic, nationally representative, N= 3,544.