|Title: ||Impacts of migration and migrant’s gender on children’s school enrollment and child work in Viet nam
||Author(s): ||Vo Thi Thu Hoai
||Advisor(s): ||Dr. Tran Tien Khai
||Keywords: ||Migration; Migrant’s gender; Children’s school enrollment; Child work
||Abstract: ||Accompany with development trend in over the world, migration flow plays important role in Vietnamese economy. It contributes to the significant income and raises the living standard for household in the country, specially, in rural areas. This paper tries to measure the impact of migration on children’s schooling enrollment and child work, addition to, determine how migrant’s gender matter in this impact. The context is applied in rural areas in Vietnam with the dataset of VHLSS 2010 by Instrument variable method to deal with the problem of endogeneity of migration. From the first stage of migrant indicator, it indicates that instrument historical migration network and number of male adults will impact on migrant indicator significantly and these instruments are the strong instruments. The results show that the presence of migrant in the household will make the children take part in school more, at the same time make children work less. Besides, not like others researches, gender of migrant and time of migrant using in household don’t have meaning with children’s welfare.
||Issue Date: ||2014
||Publisher: ||University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City; VNP (Vietnam – The Netherlands Programme for M.A. in Development Economics)
|Appears in Collections:||MASTER'S THESES|