Rural In-migration and Global Trade

@inproceedings{Winkels2008RuralIA,
  title={Rural In-migration and Global Trade},
  author={Alexandra Winkels},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract As Vietnam has become increasingly integrated into the global economy, internal migration to the highland frontier has been a major driving force behind its burgeoning coffee industry. Examination of migrant experiences in the Red River Delta and the Central Highlands—migrant sending and receiving communities, respectively—illustrates that livelihood opportunities for coffee-growing migrants are accompanied by an increased exposure to risks and therefore a potential for greater… Expand
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