Comparing Migrant Groups in Quito

This project, funded by a DOFFFER grant from the UMass Boston Dean of the McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies, involves a survey of 720 migrants living in Quito, with equal numbers of interviewees from each of 6 populations: Colombians, Venezuelans, Cubans, Haitians, Chinese, and returned Ecuadorian emigrants.  The co-PIs of this project are Luis Jiménez and Jeffrey Pugh.  This page will serve as the project page, where publications, data, and other ‘deliverables’ from the project will be made available.

Publications:

Jeffrey Pugh, Luis Jimenez and Bettina Latuff, “Welcome Wears Thin for Colombians in Ecuador as Venezuelans Become More Visible,” Migration Information Source (January 9, 2020).

Jeffrey Pugh, Luis Jimenez y Bettina Latuff, “La Bienvenida Se Agota para Colombianos en Ecuador Mientras Venezolanos Se Hacen Más Visibles,” Migration Information Source (January 9, 2020).

Presentations: 

Luis Jiménez & Jeffrey D. Pugh, “Comparing Migrant Populations in Ecuador,” Paper prepared for the International Studies Association-Northeast conference in Providence, RI, November 9, 2019.

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