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Migration Letters vol6 no1 By Migration Letters
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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
Migration Letters | Vol. 9 No. 2 | May 2012 By Migration Letters
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Migration Letters is an international leading scholarly journal for researchers, students, scholars who investigate human migration as well as practitioners and policy makers dealing with human... More > movements and migrants. The journal encourages quick dissemination of research in the field through its letter type format enabling concise sharing of short accounts of research, debates, case studies, book reviews and viewpoints in this multidisciplinary field of social sciences. Migration Letters is the first ever letter-type in migration studies following a strict double blind peer review policy for research articles. It is published three times a year in January, May and September.< Less
Migration Letters, Volume 4, No.1, April 2007 By Migration Letters
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Migration Letters is a biannual international journal on migration issues with an interdisciplinary perspective. The breadth of topics ranges from internal migration to transnational mobility and... More > from voluntary to forced migration. Migration Letters is believed to fill a significant gap in migration studies as a double-blind refereed letter-type journal publishing short accounts of new original research. Migration Letters disseminate valuable research among academics, policy makers, and practitioners in the field of migration. Co-editors: I. Sirkeci, J. Cohen, E. Heikkila - www.migrationletters.com THIS ISSUE PRESENTS: Philippine labour migration to Taiwan - STEPHEN J. SILLS; A maid in servitude - KATHY NADEAU; Organizing women migrants - WENDY POJMANN; Breaking with tradition through cultural continuity - DEIANIRA GANGA; Egyptian irregular migration to Europe - AYMAN ZOHRY; Regularization programs for undocumented migrants - SEBASTIAN SUNDERHAUS< Less
Migration Letters | Vol. 9 No. 3 | September 2012 By Migration Letters
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Migration Letters is an international leading scholarly journal for researchers, students, scholars who investigate human migration as well as practitioners and policy makers dealing with human... More > movements and migrants. The journal encourages quick dissemination of research in the field through its letter type format enabling concise sharing of short accounts of research, debates, case studies, book reviews and viewpoints in this multidisciplinary field of social sciences. Migration Letters is the first ever letter-type in migration studies following a strict double blind peer review policy for research articles. It is published three times a year in January, May and September.< Less
Migration Letters, Volume 5, Issue 2, October 2008 By Migration Letters
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Migration Letters is a biannual international journal on migration issues with an interdisciplinary perspective. The breadth of topics ranges from internal migration to transnational mobility and... More > from voluntary to forced migration. Migration Letters disseminate valuable research among academics, policy makers, and practitioners in the field of migration. Co-editors: I. Sirkeci, J. Cohen, E. Heikkila - www.migrationletters.com THIS ISSUE PRESENTS:Gender and border insecurity – A. O. O'LEARY; US interstate migration – G. F. DE JONG & D. R. GRAEFE; internal migration patterns of ethnic groups in Britain – J. STILLWELL, S. HUSSAIN, P. NORMAN; British migration – N. LUNT; sex trafficking in contemporary British detective novel – E. ALLEN; Bulgarian migrants in Spain – E. MARKOVA & B. REILLY; Net migration estimates for Greece – C. TSIMBOS< Less
Migration Letters, Volume 5, No.1, April 2008 By Migration Letters
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Migration Letters is a biannual international journal on migration issues with an interdisciplinary perspective. The breadth of topics ranges from internal migration to transnational mobility and... More > from voluntary to forced migration. Migration Letters disseminate valuable research among academics, policy makers, and practitioners in the field of migration. Co-editors: I. Sirkeci, J. Cohen, E. Heikkila - www.migrationletters.com THIS ISSUE PRESENTS: Migration to Germany - VERWIEBE * The emergence of the Turkish-origin German voter - ECCARIUS-KELLY * Yearly quotas and country-reserved shares in Italian immigration - CUTTITTA * Turkish immigrants’ experiences of self-employment in Finland - WAHLBECK * Cross-country employment propensity of Finnish migrants - SAARELA & FINNÄS * The Impact of a Migration Shock on Tenant Satisfaction - JAMES & ZAHIROVIC-HERBERT< Less
Migration Letters, Volume 5, Issue 2, October 2008 By Migration Letters
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Migration Letters is a biannual international journal on migration issues with an interdisciplinary perspective. The breadth of topics ranges from internal migration to transnational mobility and... More > from voluntary to forced migration. Migration Letters disseminate valuable research among academics, policy makers, and practitioners in the field of migration. Co-editors: I. Sirkeci, J. Cohen, E. Heikkila - www.migrationletters.com THIS ISSUE PRESENTS:Gender and border insecurity – A. O. O'LEARY; US interstate migration – G. F. DE JONG & D. R. GRAEFE; internal migration patterns of ethnic groups in Britain – J. STILLWELL, S. HUSSAIN, P. NORMAN; British migration – N. LUNT; sex trafficking in contemporary British detective novel – E. ALLEN; Bulgarian migrants in Spain – E. MARKOVA & B. REILLY; Net migration estimates for Greece – C. TSIMBOS< Less
Migration Letters, Volume 5, No.1, April 2008 By Migration Letters
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Migration Letters is a biannual international journal on migration issues with an interdisciplinary perspective. The breadth of topics ranges from internal migration to transnational mobility and... More > from voluntary to forced migration. Migration Letters disseminate valuable research among academics, policy makers, and practitioners in the field of migration. Co-editors: I. Sirkeci, J. Cohen, E. Heikkila - www.migrationletters.com THIS ISSUE PRESENTS: Migration to Germany - VERWIEBE * The emergence of the Turkish-origin German voter - ECCARIUS-KELLY * Yearly quotas and country-reserved shares in Italian immigration - CUTTITTA * Turkish immigrants’ experiences of self-employment in Finland - WAHLBECK * Cross-country employment propensity of Finnish migrants - SAARELA & FINNÄS * The Impact of a Migration Shock on Tenant Satisfaction - JAMES & ZAHIROVIC-HERBERT< Less
Migration Letters, Volume 2, No.1, April 2005 By Migration Letters
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Migration Letters is a biannual international journal on migration issues with an interdisciplinary perspective. Migration Letters is a double-blind refereed letter-type journal publishing short... More > accounts of new original research. Co-editors: I. Sirkeci, J. Cohen, E. Heikkila www.migrationletters.com CONTENT Kinship, gender and migration... ROBERT J. QUINLAN The mental health implications...NICHOLAS G. PROCTER Immigration policy in the European Union...PETRA BENDEL Can we use NEG models to predict migration flows?d'ARTIS KANCS The first Vietnamese to attend Harvard CHRIS NORLUND The impetus of conflict on the reproduction ... RIKKE SAND ANDERSEN< Less