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Migrants in Urban Informal Sector

Kishor C. Samal (Author) Shibalal Meher (Author) Srijit Mishra (Author)

This book attempts to examine the different aspects of migrants in urban informal sector in India, with special reference to Orissa. Analyzing the determinants of rural-urban migration, it describes in detail the factors responsible for the process of urbanization in Orissa.

Evaluating the socio-economic status of the migrants, it discusses at length the various aspects of growth of informal sector and its policy implications. It also examines how geographical distance plays a crucial role in rural to urban migration and migrants’ link with their natives.

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About the author

Shibalal Meher

Shibalal Mehar has been working as Lecturer in Economics in NCDS since 1997. His areas of interest are Environmental Economics, Disaster Management, Public Finance, Poverty and Development Economics. He has published more than 30 research papers in various journals. His recent published book is freedom from Hunger: Concept and Case Study.

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Title Migrants in Urban Informal Sector
Format Hardcover
Date published: 08.02.2014
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789381176825
length x+205p., 22cm.