Role of small cities in shaping youth employment outcomes in India and Indonesia : final technical report
This in-depth report on employment and labour migration focuses on the role of small cities in shaping employment outcomes of migrant youth in India and Indonesia. Secondary and tertiary cities function simultaneously as origins, destinations, and transit points for migrants. Internal migration occurs within and across sub-national administrative boundaries, with implications on access to labor markets, social security, social assimilation and legality. Mobilities of three types are seen: Interprovincial/Inter-state migration, Intra-district, and Inter-district. Emphasis on a demographic dividend located within small cities could turn policy attention towards the potential of small cities in relation to the needs of migrant youth.
Auteur ou autrice(s) : Naik, Mukta, Randolph, Gregory F.
Langage : Anglais