Gender Wise Return Migration Decision and Migrant’s Perception towards Developmental Impact in Place of Origin—An Empirical Study

  •  B. C. M. Patnaik    
  •  Ipseeta Satpathy    
  •  Anirban Mandal    


Return migration is a concept where migrants returned back to their respective place of origin after working for a specific period of time to earn enough money to start their own income generating opportunities with the help of it. This often sees as a movement which creates tremendous positive impact in migrant’s own places as they not only brings capital with them, along with it they also brings expertise, resource and technology which helps to improve the livelihood of those people who failed to migrate because of poor socio economic conditions. The present study aimed to discuss the perception of returns migrants and its developmental impact on the place of origin.

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  • ISSN(Print): 1918-7173
  • ISSN(Online): 1918-7181
  • Started: 2009
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