On the boundaries of what we can measure

On the boundaries of what we can measure

The methodological quality of international studies on the prevalence of prostitution related human trafficking with emphasize on North West Europe (full text only available in Dutch)

Summary

In response to a motion made by Dutch members of parliament Segers and Van der Staaij, a literature study was conducted comparing prostitution policies between several countries in North Western Europe and the effects of those policies on the prevalence of human trafficking.
In this literature study an initial 172 studies were identified, and a further 46 studies were subsequently selected on the basis that they proved to be empirical studies. The methodological quality of these studies were then coded in greater detail. The selected studies were performed in the following countries: The Netherlands, Belgium, Great Britain, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark.

Publication data

Author(s):
Lensvelt-Mulders, G., Lugtig, P., Bos, P., Elevelt, A., Helms, A.
Organization(s):
University of Humanistic Studies , WODC
Place of publication:
Utrecht
Publisher:
University of Humanistic Studies
Year of publication:
2016

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