International migration : prospects and policies in a global market / edited by Douglas S. Massey, J. Edward Taylor.

Contributor(s): Massey, Douglas S | Taylor, J. Edward
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: International studies in demographyPublisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2004Description: x, 394 p. : ill. ; 25 cmISBN: 9780199269006; 0199269009Subject(s): Emigration and immigration -- Economic aspects | Emigration and immigration -- Government policy | GlobalizationDDC classification: 304.82 LOC classification: JV6035 | .I52 2004Online resources: WorldCat details | E-Book Fulltext
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Table of contents Population growth and international migration / Hania Zlotnik -- The effects of political and economic transition on international migration in Central and Eastern Europe / Marek Okólski -- Trends in international migration in and from Africa / Aderanti Adepoju -- International migration in the Asia-Pacific region: emerging trends and issues / Graeme Hugo -- immigration and the labor market in metropolitan Buenos Aires / Alicia Maguid -- Mexican migration to the United State: the effect of NAFTA / Philip L. Martin -- Immigrants in the U.S. economy / Min Zhou -- Remittances, savings, and development in migrant-sending areas / J. Edward Taylor -- Labor export strategies in Asia / Graeme Hugo and Charles Stahl -- The role of recruiters in labor migration / Manolo I. Abella -- Return migration in the Philippines: issues and policies / Grazianno Battistella -- International migration, identity and development in Oceania: a synthesis of ideas / Richard Bedford -- Have the occupational skills of new immigrants to the United States declined over time? Evidence from the immigrant cohorts of 1977, 1982, and 1994 / Guillermina Jasso -- Admissions policies in Europe / Catherine Withol de Wenden -- A new paradigm for the European asylum regime / Danièle Joly and Astri Suhrke -- Immigrants and the welfare state in Europe / Martin Baldwin-Edwards -- The legacy of welfare reform for the U.S. immigrants / Michael Fix and Wendy Zimmerman -- Controlling international migration through enforcement: the case of the United States / Frank D. Bean and David A. Spener -- Back to the future: immigration research, immigration policy, and globalization in the twenty-first century
Summary: Summary: Offers a survey of global patterns of international migration and the policies employed to manage the flows. This book shows that international migration is rooted in the expansion and consolidation Read more...
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Table of contents Population growth and international migration / Hania Zlotnik --
The effects of political and economic transition on international migration in Central and Eastern Europe / Marek Okólski --
Trends in international migration in and from Africa / Aderanti Adepoju --
International migration in the Asia-Pacific region: emerging trends and issues / Graeme Hugo --
immigration and the labor market in metropolitan Buenos Aires / Alicia Maguid --
Mexican migration to the United State: the effect of NAFTA / Philip L. Martin --
Immigrants in the U.S. economy / Min Zhou --
Remittances, savings, and development in migrant-sending areas / J. Edward Taylor --
Labor export strategies in Asia / Graeme Hugo and Charles Stahl --
The role of recruiters in labor migration / Manolo I. Abella --
Return migration in the Philippines: issues and policies / Grazianno Battistella --
International migration, identity and development in Oceania: a synthesis of ideas / Richard Bedford --
Have the occupational skills of new immigrants to the United States declined over time? Evidence from the immigrant cohorts of 1977, 1982, and 1994 / Guillermina Jasso --
Admissions policies in Europe / Catherine Withol de Wenden --
A new paradigm for the European asylum regime / Danièle Joly and Astri Suhrke --
Immigrants and the welfare state in Europe / Martin Baldwin-Edwards --
The legacy of welfare reform for the U.S. immigrants / Michael Fix and Wendy Zimmerman --
Controlling international migration through enforcement: the case of the United States / Frank D. Bean and David A. Spener --
Back to the future: immigration research, immigration policy, and globalization in the twenty-first century

Summary:
Offers a survey of global patterns of international migration and the policies employed to manage the flows. This book shows that international migration is rooted in the expansion and consolidation Read more...

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