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Title Rural-urban migration in Vietnam / Amy Y.C. Liu, Xin Meng, editors
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]
©2019
book jacket
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 RCHSS Library  HB2104.5.A3 R87 2019    AVAILABLE    30560400664162
Descript xxiii, 271 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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Series Population economics
Population economics
Note Includes bibliographical references
"This edited volume provides a comprehensive overview of rural-urban migration in Vietnam. It addresses a wide range of important topics, including Vietnam's household registration system (ho khau), migration trends, remittance behaviour and social networking. In addition, it examines migrants' earnings, their children's schooling, housing issues and their families' consumption behaviour in their destination cities. The book is mainly based on new data from the Australian National University's 'Study of Rural-Urban Migration in Vietnam with Insights from China and Indonesia' (VRUM) project, which identifies migrants from the large-scale, representative 'Vietnam Household Living Standards Survey' 2012 (VHLSS2012). In addition to the data from the VRUM project, the book draws on other widely used data sources to provide a comprehensive picture of rural-urban migrants in Vietnam. By highlighting the issues and challenges brought about by the large-scale rural-urban migration in Vietnam, the book helps researchers and policymakers more effectively formulate policies to respond to those challenges. Moreover, Vietnam's experience can serve as lessons learnt to other transitional/developing countries"--Back cover
Link Online version: 9783319945743
Subject Rural-urban migration -- Vietnam
Migration, Internal -- Vietnam
Urbanization -- Vietnam
Migration, Internal. fast (OCoLC)fst01020741
Rural-urban migration. fast (OCoLC)fst01101940
Urbanization. fast (OCoLC)fst01162722
Vietnam. fast (OCoLC)fst01204778
Alt Author Liu, Amy Y.C., editor
Meng, Xin, Professor, editor
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