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Author(s):EKOS Research Associates
Title:Making ends meet: The 2001–2002 student financial survey
Source:http://www.millenniumscholarships.ca/images/Pub...
Date:2003
Organization:Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation
Short Description:This study is designed to capture, from a random sample of post-secondary students across Canada, baseline information about the financial situation of students as they begin a school year, and then a snapshot of their monthly income and expenditures across the school year.
Annotation:This study is designed to capture, from a random sample of post-secondary students across Canada, baseline information about the financial situation of students as they begin a school year, and then a snapshot of their monthly income and expenditures across the school year. Recruitment of the student panel for the study was conducted by telephone, based on a largely national, random sample.
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