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dc.contributor.authorCuong, Nguyen Vietvi
dc.contributor.authorVan den Berg, Marritvi
dc.contributor.authorLensink, Robertvi
dc.description.abstractThis article estimates the impact of work migration and non-work migration on per capita income, per capita expenditures, poverty and inequality in Vietnam using data from the two most recent Vietnam Household and Living Standard Surveys. We find that both work migration and non-work migration have a positive impact on per capita expenditures of migrant-sending households. Non-work migration significantly decreases the incidence, depth and severity of national poverty. The effect of work migration on poverty is much smaller. Still, while work migration does not lift people out of poverty, it makes their poverty less severe. In addition, both work migration and non-work migration decrease inequality, albeit only very
dc.relation.ispartofseriesEconomics of Transition;Volume 19, Issue 4, Page 771–799, October 2011vi
dc.subjectImpact evaluationvi
dc.subjectViet Namvi
dc.titleThe impact of work and non-work migration on household welfare, poverty and inequalityvi
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