Expenditure pattern and saving habits among the construction workers, domestic workers, rickshaw pullers and pillow makers in Ghaziabad

By : Sahabhagi Sikhshan Kendra (SSK) | Publish Date : 01 Jan, 2015

Circular migration in India is likely to grow and the government, NGOs and other stakeholders urgently needs to take steps to make it a more remunerative and less painful process for the poor. This study explores various dimensions of the expenditure of the migrants at destination and will focus on their expenditure pattern, the constructive usage of earning, saving methods, strategies employed during economic crisis, awareness and accessibility of schemes and policies meant for their economic

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