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Rural out-migration and family life in cities in Mongolia : background paper (English)

There is a growing concern among policy makers and the international development community about the rapid concentration of migrants in the capital city of Ulaanbaatar (UB) and its social, economic, and environmental consequences (UNDP, 2003). ... See More +

Working Paper 65159 MAY 12, 2011

Shi, Anqing Disclosed

The impacts of economic crisis in Mongolia : findings from focus group discussions (English)

Mongolia was hit hard by the global economic recession, notably the fall in commodity prices. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) contracted by 1.6 percent in 2009 after growth of 8.9 percent in 2008. ... See More +

Working Paper 65163 APR 01, 2011

Reva, Anna; Heltberg, Rasmus; Sodnomtseren, Altantsetseg; Sarantuya, J. Disclosed

The impact of the financial crisis on poverty and income distribution in Mongolia (English)

The financial crisis of 2008-09 has considerably slowed the pace of economic growth in Mongolia. When combined with the Dzud (severe winter storm) of 2009-10, which occurred just as the economy was beginning to recover and killed over one million heads of livestock, the slowdown is likely to have significant impacts on poverty as well as the distribution of income and consumption among the poor and non-poor. ... See More +

Working Paper 65161 MAR 07, 2011

Disclosed

Summary - Rural out-migration and family life in cities in Mongolia (Mongolian)

How large has internal migration been recently in Mongolia? Is it beneficial? The growing concentration of migrants in Ulanbaatar has become very visible and inevitable. ... See More +

Working Paper 65158 JAN 01, 2011

English Disclosed

Summary - Rural out-migration and family life in cities in Mongolia (English)

How large has internal migration been recently in Mongolia? Is it beneficial? The growing concentration of migrants in Ulanbaatar has become very visible and inevitable. ... See More +

Working Paper 65158 JAN 01, 2011

Mongolian Disclosed