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1.        

Analysis of Labour Market and Migration Trends in Nepal.

2015

2.        

Effects of Migration and Remittance Income on Nepal’s Agriculture Yield. ADB 2014

2014

3.        

Environmental Migration and Labor Markets in Nepal. IFPRI

2014

4.        

Family Planning Needs of Migrant Couples in Nepal

2012

5.        

Foreign employment and inclusive growth in Nepal

2013

6.        

Girls on the Move: Adolescent Girls & Migration in the Developing World,

2013

7.        

Governing Labour Migration in Nepal - An Analysis of Existing Policies and Institutional Mechanisms

2012

8.        

Human Capital Investment Responses to Skilled Migration Prospects: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Nepal

2011

9.        

Labor Brokerage and Trafficking of Nepali Migrant Workers, Verité. ND

 

10.    

Labour Market Trends Analysis and Labour Migration from South Asia to Gulf Cooperation Council Countries, India and Malaysia. ILO/GIZ,

2015

11.    

Labour Migration for Employment - Status Report 2014

2014

12.    

Labour Migration Trends and Patterns: Bangladesh, India, and Nepal 2013

2013

13.    

Migrant Workers’ Access to Justice at Home: Nepal, Open Society Foundation

2014

14.    

Migration and Resilience: Experiences from Nepal’s 2015 Earthquake

 

15.    

Migration from the Margins: Mobility, Vulnerability and Inevitability in Mid-Western Nepal and North-Western Pakistan. SLRC

2014

16.    

No easy exit – Migration bans affecting women from Nepal / International Labour Office, Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. ILO,

2015

17.    

Socio-Cultural Dispositions and Wellbeing of the Women Left Behind: A Case of Migrant Households in Nepal. In Soc Indic Res (2012) 

2012

18.    

The “dream-trap”: brokering, “study abroad” and nurse migration from Nepal to the UK. In HIMALAYAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCES · JANUARY 2010

2010

19.    

The effects of an HIV and AIDS project on migrants at source and destination sites in Nepal, Bangladesh and India: findings from a quasi-experimental study

2013

20.    

Voting with Their Feet? Access to Infrastructure and Migration in Nepal

2014

21.    

Work-Related Migration and Poverty Reduction in Nepal. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 4231

2007

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