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MIGRATORS By Karl Saliter
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Migration Letters vol6 no1 By Migration Letters
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Costs of Transnational Migration Guest edited by Martha Rees
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Costs of Transnational Migration Guest edited by Martha Rees
Migration Letters | Vol 11 No 1 | January 2014 By Migration Letters
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Editorial: Expert commissions and migration policy making Philip Martin and Eugen Stark Evidence-based regulation of labour migration in OECD countries: setting quotas, selection criteria, and... More > shortage lists Jonathan Chaloff Independent commissions and labour migration: The British MAC Philip L. Martin and Martin Ruhs Managing immigration: A review of some past projections B. Lindsay Lowell Case Study: Independent migration commissions in Europe: The case of Austria Gudrun Biffl VIEWPOINT: Population projections and migration commissions Michael S. Teitelbaum VIEWPOINT: The case for a foreign worker advisory commission Ray Marshall *** The search goes on: Parameter effects on the return migration decision Wayne Edwards and Lee Huskey Spatial regularities between non-immigrant and immigrant numbers in Canada Yigit Aydede A matter of value. Exploring what underlies adjudication in the French Court of Asylum Carolina Kobelinsky< Less
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T. K. Jayaraman, Chee-Keong Choong, Ronald Kumar
Migration Letters | Vol 11 No 2 | May 2014 By Migration Letters
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This special issue is guest-edited by Anna Amelina from Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main and Andreas Vasilache from Bielefeld University. The purpose of this special issue is to propose a new... More > perspective on inequality and migration in Europe. It consists of six contributions, all of which are concerned with the question of how new patterns of migration and mobility that have emerged since the EU enlargement are interlinked with the transformation of social inequalities. To this aim, social inequalities are defined as hierarchies in wealth, power and knowledge which result in unequally distributed life chances and living conditions.< Less
Migration Letters | Vol 10 No 3 | October 2013 By Migration Letters
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Migration Letters SPECIAL ISSUE on Immigration and civil society - Guest edited by Martin Bak Jørgensen and Oscar Garcia Agustín | Framing the mobilization of migrants in Sweden |... More > Politics of civility: the case of the Association of Undocumented People of Madrid | Church Asylum – new strategies, alliances and modes of resistance | Fighting discrimination and exclusion: Civil society and immigration policies in Italy | Voices: migrant domestic workers and civil society | Democratising democracy, humanising human rights | Challenges to immigrant associations and NGOs in contemporary Greece | Does FDI affect migration flows? The role of human capital | Restricting Turkish marriage migration? National policy, couples’ coping strategies and international obligations | Insurance and remittances: New evidence from Latin American immigrants to the US< Less
Migration Letters Volume 6 No 2 October 2009 By Migration Letters
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In this issue Migration Letters offers: Editorial: Biographical methods in migration research Migration costs by T. IOSIFIDES & D. SPORTON; Life narratives, memory and subjectivity by B. GRAY;... More > A mobile life story by J. BJARNESEN; Power and politics in migration narrative methodology by C. CLARK-KAZAK; Telling diaspora stories: narratives of migrancy and belonging in the second generation by A. CHRISTOU; Going North, coming South: Guatemalan migratory flows by M.J. MORAN-TAYLOR; Natural disasters and international migration from Sub-Saharan Africa by W. NAUDE; Women carers in rural England by S. CUBAN; The Algerian wife by A. NIELSEN; and Adaptation and disruption in childbearing behaviour of immigrants in Greece by G. VERROPOULOU< Less
Migration Letters Volume 6 No 2 October 2009 By Migration Letters
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In this issue Migration Letters offers: Editorial: Biographical methods in migration research Migration costs by T. IOSIFIDES & D. SPORTON; Life narratives, memory and subjectivity by B. GRAY;... More > A mobile life story by J. BJARNESEN; Power and politics in migration narrative methodology by C. CLARK-KAZAK; Telling diaspora stories: narratives of migrancy and belonging in the second generation by A. CHRISTOU; Going North, coming South: Guatemalan migratory flows by M.J. MORAN-TAYLOR; Natural disasters and international migration from Sub-Saharan Africa by W. NAUDE; Women carers in rural England by S. CUBAN; The Algerian wife by A. NIELSEN; and Adaptation and disruption in childbearing behaviour of immigrants in Greece by G. VERROPOULOU< Less
Migration Letters - Vol 10 No 2 May 2013 By Migration Letters
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Special issue edited by Philip L. Martin CONTENT: Editorial: Migration and competitiveness in Japan and the United States by Philip L. Martin Migration and US economic competitiveness by Philip L.... More > Martin Japanese agricultural competitiveness and migration by Mitsuyoshi Ando and Kenji Horiguchi Migration and US agricultural competitiveness by Philip L. Martin The foreign born in the American healthcare workforce: Trends in this century’s first decade by B. Lindsay Lowell Healthcare: The case of Japan by Jun Inoue Immigration and the tech industry: As a labour shortage remedy, for innovation, or for cost savings? by Norman Matloff Migration and competitiveness in science and engineering in Japan by Nana Oishi *** When the exception becomes the rule: The Spanish citizenship regime by Claudia Finotelli and MariaCaterina La Barbera Poverty measurement for a binational population by Anita Alves Pena< Less