Managing migration in Myanmar and Thailand : economic reforms, policies, practices and challenges

@inproceedings{Jirattikorn2015ManagingMI,
  title={Managing migration in Myanmar and Thailand : economic reforms, policies, practices and challenges},
  author={Amporn Jirattikorn},
  year={2015}
}
The migrant workforce in Thailand, the majority of whom are from Myanmar, is an integral part of the economy. The changing economic and political landscapes in both Myanmar and Thailand demand an assessment of the impact these changes will have on the migration patterns of Myanmar nationals. Over the last two decades, the ineffective and ambiguous registration programmes have produced gaps between policy goals and outcomes. Under the current military regime, Thailand's policy towards migration… 

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