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Child labour prevalence in the cocoa industry in Cote d'Ivoire
The data set is the one used in the paper "Estimating the prevalence of child labour in the cocoa industry via indirect elicitation methods: A mixed-methods study" by Lepine et al. It contains data collected from 1,741 cocoa producers working in Côte d’Ivoire to estimate whether child labour prevalence could be elicited from parents using indirect elicitation methods. The data set includes child labour prevalence capturing hazardous child labour levels elicited via direct questioning versus using a list experiment and a newly developed nonverbal method called ‘colorbox’.