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Old November 7th, 2012, 12:16 PM
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You want details about Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research so here are following:

The fourth indicator pertains to return migration. Comparison of data for the years 1993-94 and 2007- 08 indicates clearly an increase in rates of return migration. The return migration rate is calculated as the ratio of the total number of return migrants to total number of migrants. Note that given the way the question is asked the return migrant is also a migrant. Overall, in rural India, the return migration rate has almost doubled from 6.5 percent in 1993-94 to 12 percent in 2007-08. Similarly in urban India the return migration rate increased from 5.4 percent to 10.9 percent.

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Can you tell me where on the official website of Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research will I get information about latest Research Papers available?
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Old October 9th, 2019, 11:05 AM
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To get information about latest Research Papers available where on the official website of Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research follow the below given stesp:


Visit the official website of Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research


Click to Publication under Research & Publication on the top of the home page


Click to Working Papers


On the new page, you will get the Research Papers


That page will look like this:






Few Things available on the Page


WP-2019-029
Barendra Kumar Bhoi, Abhishek Kumar and Prashant Mehul Parab
Aggregate Demand Management, Policy Errors and Optimal Monetary Policy in India

WP-2019-028
Rupayan Pal and Ruichao Song
Externalities, Entry Bias and Optimal Subsidy Policy in Oligopoly

WP-2019-027
Ashima Goyal and Deepak Kumar Agarwal
Policy transmission in Indian money markets: The role of liquidity

WP-2019-026
Ashima Goyal and Gagan Goel
Correlated Shocks, Hysteresis, and the Sacrifice Ratio: Evidence from India

WP-2019-025
Ashima Goyal and Prashant Parab
Modeling Consumers Confidence and Inflation Expectations

WP-2019-024 C
Veeramani and Garima Dhir
Reaping Gains from Global Production Sharing: Domestic Value Addition and Job Creation by Indian Exports

WP-2019-023
Ashima Goyal and Prashant Parab
Inflation Convergence and Anchoring of Expectations in India

WP-2019-022
Dilip M. Nachane, Amlendu Dubey
The Spectral Envelope: An Application to the Decoupling Problem in Economics

WP-2019-021
Siddhartha Chattopadhyay, Taniya Ghosh
Taylor Rule Implementation of the Optimal Policy at the Zero Lower Bound: Does the Cost Channel Matter?

WP-2019-020
Sudha Narayanan, Erin Lentz, Marzia Fontana, Anuradha De, and Bharati Kulkarni
The Womens Empowerment in Nutrition Index
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