Book / India Migration Report 2020: Kerala Migration Surveys

Rajan, S. Irudaya, ed. India Migration Report 2020: Kerala Model of Migration Surveys. Abingdon and New York: Routledge, 2021.
ISBN 9780367625566 / Hardback / 504 Pages / GBP 96
About the book (edited): India Migration Report 2020 examines how migration surveys operate to collect, analyse and bring to life socio-economic issues in social science research.
With a focus on the strategies and the importance of information collected by Kerala Migration Surveys since 1998, the volume:
• Explores the effect of male migration on women left behind; attitudes of male migrants within households; the role of transnational migration and its effect on attitudes towards women;
• Investigates consumption of remittances and their utilization; asset accumulation and changing economic statuses of households; financial inclusion of migrants and migration strategies during times of crises like the Kerala floods of 2018;
• Highlights the twenty-year experience of the Kerala Migration Surveys, how its model has been adapted in various states and led to the proposed large-scale India Migration Survey; and
• Explores issues of migration politics and governance, as well as return migration strategies of other countries to provide a roadmap for India.
Table of Contents
 
1. Large Scale Migration Surveys: Replication of Kerala Model of Migration Surveys to India Migration Survey 2024
S. Irudaya Rajan, K. C. Zachariah and Ashwin Kumar
2. Keeping up with Kerala’s Joneses
Balasubramanyam Pattath
3. Remittances, Health Expenditure and Demand for Health Care Services
C. Valatheeswaran and M. Imran Khan
4. Remittances and Asset Accumulation among the left behind Households
Pooja Batra
5. Impact of Male Migrants, and their return, on Women Left-Behind: The Case of Kerala, India
Jurany Ramirez Gallego, S. Irudaya Rajan and Arjun Bedi
6. Socio-Economic Dynamics of Gulf Migration: A Panel Data Analysis
Shibinu S.
7. Why do Migrants Transfer Money? Motivations of Remittance from Emigrants
Arya Rachel Thomas and Archana K. Roy
8. Reintegration and Future Plans of Return Migrants
Afsal K. and Reshimi R. S.
9. Emigration and its Effect on the Labour Force Participation of Women in the Left-behind Household
Roshan R. Menon and R. B. Bhagat
10. Transnational Migration and Gender Attitudes: An Exploratory Analysis
S. Irudaya Rajan, Ginu Zacharia Oommen, George Joseph, Syed Usman Javaid, Jennifer Solotaroff and Luis Alberto Andres
11. Labour Migration: Decision to Migrate and Choice of Destination
Anu Abraham
12. Keralan in Circulation: Field Observations from Kerala and Dubai
Kellee S. Tsai
13. The Alcohol Paradox: Revisiting the Kerala Model of Development
Ajit Dayanandan, M. Rajesh and George Joseph
14. Financial cost of international migration from South India: What does data spanning three decades tell us?
Ganesh Seshan
15. Exploitative or ethical? Understanding the labour recruitment practices in the 21st century from Kerala
C. S. Akhil and S. Irudaya Rajan
16. Remittances and Overseas Migrants Economic Shocks: Evidence from Kerala’s Recipient Households after 2008 global crisis
Eugenia Canessa
17. Cultural Production of Narratives as Counter-Archives in Kerala Gulf Migration Studies
Priya Menon
18. Migration and Asset Accumulation in South India: Comparing Gains to Internal and International Migration from Kerala
Ganesh Seshan
19. Tracing the changing Economic Status of Kerala households: The KMS Experience
Udaya S. Mishra and S. Irudaya Rajan
20. The Janus-faced dilemma of Migration as Adaptation: The Impact of Rapid-onset Floods on Labour Migration in Kerala, 2018
Jessica Li
21. Climate Change, Migration and Development: The Aftermath of the 2018 Floods in Kerala
S. Irudaya Rajan, Stephen Taylor and Aneeta Shajan
22. Impact of Migration on Financial Inclusion and Local Financial System in Kerala 1
Jafar K.

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