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Title Rural-urban migration in Vietnam / editors, Amy Y. C. Liu and Xin Meng.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]
2019.

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Series Population economics.
Population economics.
Subject Rural-urban migration -- Vietnam.
Migration, Internal -- Vietnam.
Urbanization -- Vietnam.
Alt Name Liu, Amy Y.C.,
Meng, Xin, Professor,
Description 1 online resource.
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Summary 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.0The 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.0By 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.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed June 7, 2019).
Contents Intro; Preface; Acknowledgements; About the Book; Contents; List of Contributors; List of Figures; List of Tables; Rural-Urban Migration in Vietnam: Trend and Institutions; 1 Introduction; 2 Institutional Background; 2.1 Social Protection; 2.2 Health Care; 2.3 Education; 2.4 Employment; 2.5 Credit; 2.6 Housing and Utilities; 3 Trends in Rural-Urban Migration; 4 Migrants Contribution to the Places of Destination; 5 Remittances and Migrants Contribution to the Places of Origin; 6 Conclusions and Policy Recommendations; References; Study of Rural-Urban Migration in Vietnam: The Survey
1 Survey Design, Preparation and Implementation1.1 Objective of the Survey; 1.2 Survey Design; 1.3 Survey Training; 1.4 Calling and Conducting Interviews; 1.5 Quality Control; 1.6 Data Entry; 2 Descriptive Survey Results; 2.1 Household and Individual Characteristics; 2.2 Employment; 2.3 Social Protection and Migrant Workers; 2.4 Migrants Wellbeing: Health Status and Their Ability to Face Problems; 2.5 Migrants Children; 2.6 Household Income and Expenditure During Migration Period; 2.7 Housing and Living Conditions; 3 Concluding Remarks; References; Internal Migration in Vietnam, 2002-2012
1 Introduction2 Migration Choices: A Review of the Literature; 3 Data; 3.1 All Migration; 3.2 Recent Migrants; 4 Migration Patterns in Vietnam; 5 Estimating Model; 6 Estimation Results; 6.1 Work and Non-work Migration; 6.2 Choice of Destination; 6.3 Recent Migrants for Work Purposes; 7 Conclusions and Policy Discussion; Appendix; References; Migration Duration and Migration Outcomes; 1 Introduction; 2 Data and Sample; 3 Empirical Framework; 4 Descriptive Analysis; 5 Empirical Results; 5.1 Factors Associated with Duration of Migration; 5.2 The Association of Migration Duration with Outcomes
6 ConclusionReferences; Occupational Wage Differential Between Urban Workers and Rural Migrants in Vietnam; 1 Introduction; 2 Data; 3 Traditional Decomposition Methodologies: OAXACA (1973) and Neumark (1988); 3.1 Methodologies; 3.2 Empirical Results; 4 Occupational Distribution Difference and Decomposition; 4.1 Methodology: Brown et al. (1980); 4.2 Empirical Results; 5 Conclusions; Appendix; References; Social Networks and Employment Performance: Evidence from Rural-Urban Migration in Vietnam; 1 Introduction; 2 Literature Review and Institutional Background; 2.1 Literature Review
2.2 Institutional Background3 Data Sources and Description; 4 Estimating Equations and Empirical Results; 4.1 OLS Estimates; 4.2 Identifying the Causal Relationship; 4.3 Sensitivity Tests; 5 Conclusion; Appendix; References; Rural-Urban Migration and Remittances in Vietnam: Evidence from Migrant Tracer Data; 1 Introduction; 2 Data and Descriptive Statistics; 3 Determinants of Remittances; 3.1 Empirical Framework; 3.2 Explanatory Variables and Sample Size; 3.3 Results; 4 Impacts of Remittances on Origin Households; 4.1 Theoretical Impacts
ISBN 9783319945743 (electronic bk.)
3319945742 (electronic bk.)
3319945734
9783319945736
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-94
10.1007/978-3-319-94574-3
OCLC # 1103711039
Additional Format Print version: RURAL-URBAN MIGRATION IN VIETNAM. [Place of publication not identified], SPRINGER, 2018 3319945734 (OCoLC)1037810575.


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