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Impacts of International Migration on Socio-Economic Development in Bangladesh


International migration has positive impacts on socio-economic development in Bangladesh. Using secondary data, this paper explores the impacts of remittances on socio-economic development in Bangladesh. The article reveals that remittance has significant impacts on Bangladesh economy and socio-economic development, for example, reducing the poverty, increasing the household expenditure, saving, leading to maintain the quality of life as well as gender equality. Therefore, the government should take necessary steps to fostering international migration as a national strategy for economic development of Bangladesh.

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Ex-Offender Reintegration and Sustained Peace in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria: Adopting a Socio-Economic Change Model Approach

Foreign Direct Investment in Nigeria. Kuwait Chapter of Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review. (2), 2 Ojochenemi, J.D., Asuelime, L.E & Onapajo, H. (2015) Political Economy of Nigeria. Available online at Ojo, M. O. (2015). Militia Uprising in the Niger Delta and its Implication for National Security. International Journal of Development and Sustainability 4 (9) pp 919-939 Pattoni, L. (2012) Strength-Based Approaches for Working with Individuals. Available online at https

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Occupational Stress as a Correlate of Organisational Citizenship Behaviour and Psychological Capital Among Graduate Employees in Nigeria


It is a documented fact that occupational stress is widespread worldwide. Moreover, there are clear signs of many variables, related to occupational stress. The study therefore, was conducted to demonstrate whether the presence of occupational stress in the world of work correlates in any form (positive or negative) with a better level of organisational performance and employee psychological wellbeing.

The study adopted the positivist explanatory cross-sectional (survey) research design to systematically sample opinions of 1,532 male and female graduate employees across the various sectors of the Nigerian economy, using a structured and validated questionnaire, and the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS).

The results showed that there was a weak positive relationship between occupational stress and organisational citizenship behaviour (r = 0.070, p<0.01); there was a significant positive relationship between occupational stress and psychological capital (r = 0.128, p<0.01); and there was a significant positive relationship between psychological capital and organisational citizenship behaviour (r = 0.588, p<0.01).

The study recommended that human resource managers should develop psychological capital in employees in order to increase their levels of organisational performance and reduce the negative impact of occupational stress.

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Impact Of Modernization On Religious Institution: A Case Study Of Khyber Pakhtun Khwa, Pakistan

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Devolved Ethnicity in the Kenya: Social, Economic and Political Perspective

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The Life is “Solitary, Poor, Nasty, Brutish”, But Not Short: The Deserted Old in the Extreme Reality

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Student Activists or Student Anarchists? South Africa’s Contemporary Student Protests Reviewed

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Family Benefits In Member States Of The European Union: A Comparative Perspective

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Environmental Sustainability Practices of Immigrant-Owned Small and Medium Enterprises in South Africa

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Consequences of Gossiping on Women Empowerment

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