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Labour Migration and Remittances in Uttarakhand

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The type, volume, and mode of transfer of remittances in Uttarakhand is analysed. The impact of remittances, in terms of both financial flows and transfer of new skills and the perceptions in relation to poverty, development, and gender are studied. The study focused on the hill state of Uttarakhand. Primary data were collected from six villages, two from each of the three districts of Bageshwar, Chamoli, and Tehri Garhwal. [ICIMOD Report]. URL:[http://books.icimod.org/uploads/tmp/icimod-labour_migration_and_remittances_in_uttarakhand.pdf]

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  • Anmol Jain, 2012. "Labour Migration and Remittances in Uttarakhand," Working Papers id:4934, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:4934
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    1. Bhandari, Gunjan & Reddy, B.V. Chinnappa, 2015. "Impact of Out-Migration on Agriculture and Women Work Load: An Economic Analysis of Hilly Regions of Uttarakhand India," Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Indian Society of Agricultural Economics, vol. 70(3).

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