CSRDA Discussion Paper Series

No. 18 Information effect and preferences for migration policy: A preliminary note
Keisuke Kawata
Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities

This paper estimates policy preference on migration policy in Japan. Our approach is based on the fullrandomized conjoint survey and information-choice experiments, which allows us to identify the rich relationship between policy preference and information provision. Estimation results clearly show clear associations between policy and information preferences.