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The Impact of NREGA on Rural-Urban Migration: Field survey of Villupuram District, Tamil Nadu

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Migration can act as a negative force. It can lead to distress migration, which is what happens when people have to go to cities to find work because they cannot survive on what they can earn in their own villages. Can NREGA be used to curb rural urban migration? [CCS Working Paper No. 202].

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  • Naomi Jacob, 2013. "The Impact of NREGA on Rural-Urban Migration: Field survey of Villupuram District, Tamil Nadu," Working Papers id:5316, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:5316
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