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International Conference on
Population and Development in Asia: Critical Issues for a Sustainable Future
20 March - 22 March 2006
Venue:Banthai Beach Resort & Spa, Patong Phuket, Thailand

Organiser:
Asian MetaCentre for Population and Sustainable Development Analysis

Supported by: The Wellcome Trust


Conference Panel on
Migration and Development: Impacts at Origin

Panel Organiser: Sara R. Curran
University of Washington, USA

Overview


List of Paper Presentations

Interprovincial Migration Decision: A Spacial Interaction Analysis with Logit Model Based on 2000 Indonesian Population Census Data (Abstract)
Chotib
University of Indonesia, Indonesia

Household-Level Relationships Between Out-Migration and Monetization of Rice Harvest Labor in Nang Rong District, Thailand (Abstract)
James Hull
Carolina Population Center, USA

Parental Absence and Children's School Enrollment: Evidence from a Longitudinal Study in Kanchanaburi, Thailand (Abstract)
Aree Jampaklay
Mahidol University, Thailand

Embrassing Uncertainty: Bangladeshi Labor Migration to Malaysia (Abstract)
Md Mizanur Rahman
National University of Singapore, Singapore; and

Brenda Yeoh

Asian MetaCentre & National University of Singapore, Singapore

Moving Away from the Origin: Does Migration Effect Health Risk Behaviors? (Abstract)
Rumana A Saifi, Chai Podhista, Philip Guest and John Bryant
University of Washington, USA
 


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