Socioeconomic conditions of informal workers during the pandemic in Cali, Colombia

Published: 13-07-2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/w5x3dp8t4z.1
Contributors:
Lina Martínez,
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Data about the socioeconomic conditions of 750 informal workers –street vendors- interviewed through phone surveys during the pandemic in Cali, Colombia.

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Data about the socioeconomic conditions of 750 informal workers –street vendors- interviewed through phone surveys during the pandemic in Cali, Colombia. The survey inquired about family composition, impediments to conduct economic activities during the pandemic, income reduction, expenses, access to financial services, indebtedness, institutional trust and government perception, health, and subjective well-being. These data allow analyzing the social and economic consequences of the pandemic in a population group understudied in the literature and highly relevant in social policies.