Since this pilot study had to be designed, executed and recorded over an eightmonth period, its nature was necessarily limited and exploratory, and its findings should be taken at best as suggestive rather than conclusive. The study involved both qualitative and quantitative methods. Semi-structured interviews with employers of domestic workers were conducted in Sweden, Thailand, India and Italy (and subsequently with expatriate employers in Hong Kong and Thailand), and with clients of sex workers in Denmark, Thailand, India and Italy. Because studies on sensitive topics (and on commercial sex, in particular) have often been criticized for failing to use matched control samples, the study also included interviews with non-employers and non-clients.

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