The economic transition and migration of Vietnam and the Mekong Delta region
Relationship between economic transition and migration has long attracted increasing attention of both policy-makers and researchers. Migration is seen as a response of changes during the economic transition in a country, because labour is an important production factor in the market, in which labourers have a desire to move to a place of better working conditions rather than going to a disadvantaged conditions (De Haas, 2010; Todaro, 1980).In this paper I extend this discussion by examining how effects of economic transition on internal migration since the late 1980s. This idea aims at gaining a broader insight into the relationship between economic transition and migration during the renovation process
|Date of creation:||Dec 2011|
|Publication status:||Published in CAS Discussion Paper 78 (2011): pp. 1-22|
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- Rives, Janet M. & Heaney, Michael T., 1995. "Infrastructure and Local Economic Development," Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy, Mid-Continent Regional Science Association, vol. 25(1).
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