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Determinants and consequences of migration in developing countries

Migration is an inherent dimension of economic development and socioeconomic change worldwide, particularly in developing countries. Migration is often a livelihood strategy for diversifying income sources and reducing poverty.

Divergent social-ecological outcomes of payments for ecosystem services

Related publications reforestaion policy, labor migration, and forest dynamics (Zhang et al. 2020)

Interaction between land use change and labor migration under forest conservation