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Workshop Abstracts


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Wage Differences across Female Domestic Workers: The Perspectives of Qatari Women
Alieu Manjang
2
International Remittances and Private Schooling: Evidence from India
Valatheeswaran Chinnakkannu
3
Women's Labor Force Participation in the GCC (nationals and migrants) and Patriarchal Oil Curse
Karen Young
4
Migration and Economic Development after the Arab Spring
Heba Nassar
5
Determinants of Labour Migration from Egypt to GCC Countries
Samir Farid
6
Distress Signals from Kerala’s Remittance Economy: Implications of the Unmitigated ‘Dutch Disease Syndrome’
SEETHI KOTTAPPURATH MOHAMMED
7
A win-win situation: Capitalizing on the Rising Entrepreneurial Spirit among Egyptian Upper Middle Class Youth Working in the Gulf to Advance Economic Development in Egypt
Sally Rabei
8
International Remittances and Healthcare: Evidence from Kerala, India
M. Imran Khan
9
Socio-Cultural Impact of Migration – A Study on Highly Skilled Expatriates from Kerala to Qatar.
Anjali Jiothish
10
Economic implications of temporary labour contracts in the GCC: Challenges in increasing productivity and retaining higher skilled workers
Aruba Khalid
11
Towards an exit plan: helping unskilled workers achieve growth and financial security
Anjali Ankit Kulin
12
Does Abuse Deter Migration Flows? The Case of Runaway Filipina Domestic Workers in Qatar
Georges Naufal
13
Attracting and retaining expatriate workers in Qatar during an era of uncertainty: Would you stay or would you go?
Michael Ewers
14
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Abdul Ghaffar Mughal
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