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Autor(en) / Beteiligte
Schiff, Maurice;Bank, World;Caglar Ozden;Maurice Schiff
Titel
International Migration, Economic Development & Policy
Ist Teil von
  • International Migration, Economic Development & Policy, 2007, p.xvii-xvii
Erscheinungsort / Verlag
Herndon: World Bank Publications
Erscheinungsjahr
2007
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Beschreibungen/Notizen
  • International migration has become a central element of international relations and global integration due to its rapidly increasing economic, social, and cultural impact in both source and destination countries. This book provides new evidence on the impact of migration and remittances on several development indicators, including innovative thinking about the nexus between migration and birth rates. In addition, the book identifies the effect of host country policies on migration flows, examines the determinants of return and repeat migration, and explores the degree of success of return migrants upon return to their country of origin.
Sprache
Englisch
Identifikatoren
ISBN: 9780821369357
ISBN: 0821369350
ISBN: 9780821370285
ISBN: 0821370286
ISBN: 9780821369364
ISBN: 0821369369
doi: 10.1596/978-0-8213-6935-7
Titel-ID: cdi_askewsholts_vlebooks_9780821369364
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ADULT MEN, ADULT WOMEN, ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES, ASYLUM, ASYLUM SEEKERS, ATTENDANCE OF GIRLS, BIRTH RATES, BIRTHS, BORDERS, BRAIN DRAIN, BRAIN GAIN, Business conditions, CENSUS DATA, CENSUSES, CENTRAL AMERICA, CHILD DELIVERY, CHILD HEALTH, CHILD LABOR, CITIZEN, CITIZENS, CITIZENSHIP, CONSEQUENCES OF MIGRATION, COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN, COUNTRY OF ORIGIN, DEMOCRACY, DEMOGRAPHERS, DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION, DETERMINANTS OF MIGRATION, DETERMINANTS OF MIGRATION FLOWS, DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, Development policy, DISSEMINATION, DROPOUT, Economic aspects, Economic conditions, Economic development, ECONOMIC OBSTACLES, Economics, EDUCATED MIGRANTS, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, EFFECTS OF MIGRATION, EMIGRANT REMITTANCES, EMIGRANTS, EMIGRATION, Emigration and immigration, EMIGRATIONS, EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS, EUROPEAN IMMIGRATION, EUROPEAN MIGRANTS, FAMILY MEMBERS, FAMILY REUNIFICATION, FAMILY REUNIFICATION POLICIES, FAMILY STRUCTURE, FEMALE LABOR, FERTILITY, FERTILITY RATES, FERTILITY SURVEY, FERTILITY TRANSITION, FORCED MIGRATION, FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT, FOREIGN LABOR, FOREIGN LABOR FORCE, FOREIGN PARENTS, FOREIGN POPULATION, FOREIGN POPULATIONS, FOREIGN STUDENTS, FOREIGN WOMEN, FOREIGNERS, GENDER, GENDER DIFFERENCES, GENDER DIMENSIONS, GLOBAL COMMISSION, GLOBAL COMMISSION ON INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION, GLOBAL POLICY, HOME COUNTRIES, HOST COUNTRIES, HOST COUNTRY, HOUSEHOLD INCOME, HOUSEHOLD POVERTY, HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS, HOUSING, HUMAN CAPITAL, HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION, ILLEGAL MIGRANTS, IMMIGRANT, IMMIGRANT FLOWS, IMMIGRANTS, IMMIGRATION, IMMIGRATION FLOWS, IMMIGRATION POLICIES, IMMIGRATION POLICY, IMPACT OF MIGRATION, IMPACT ON GIRLS, IMPACT ON HEALTH, IMPORTANT POLICY, INCOME DISTRIBUTION, INEQUALITY, INFANT, INFANT MORTALITY, INFLOW OF WORKERS, INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS, INTERNAL MIGRATION, International, INTERNATIONAL MIGRANT, INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS, INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION, INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION STATISTICS, INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT, INTERNATIONAL TRADE, INVESTMENTS IN EDUCATION, KCF, KCM, LABOR FORCE, LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION, LABOR MARKET, LABOR MARKETS, LABOR MIGRATION, LARGE NUMBERS OF PEOPLE, LATIN AMERICAN, LEGAL MIGRANTS, LEGAL STATUS, LOW FERTILITY, MARRIAGES, MICRONESIA FEDERATED STATES OF, MIDDLE EAST, MIDDLE EASTERN, MIGRANT, MIGRANT HOUSEHOLDS, MIGRANT LABOR, MIGRANT POPULATION, MIGRANT POPULATIONS, MIGRANT STOCK, MIGRANT_ORIGIN, MIGRANTS, MIGRATION BETWEEN COUNTRIES, MIGRATION COSTS, MIGRATION DATA, MIGRATION DECISIONS, MIGRATION FLOWS, MIGRATION ISSUES, MIGRATION PATTERNS, MIGRATION POLICIES, MIGRATION POLICY, MIGRATION RATES, MIGRATION RESEARCH, MIGRATION STATISTICS, MIGRATIONS, MOBILITY, MOTHER, MOVEMENT OF PEOPLE, NATIONAL POPULATION, NATIONALS, NATURALIZATION, NATURALIZATION POLICIES, NATURALIZATION PROCEDURES, NET MIGRATION, NORTH AFRICA, NUMBER OF FOREIGNERS, NUMBER OF MIGRANTS, NUMBER OF PEOPLE, PACIFIC ISLANDS, PERCENT OF MIGRANTS, PLACE OF RESIDENCE, POLICY ANALYSIS, POLICY IMPLICATIONS, POLICY MAKERS, POLITICAL INSTABILITY, POPULATION CENSUSES, POPULATION GROWTH, POPULATION POLICY, POPULATION REGISTERS, POTENTIAL MIGRANTS, POTENTIAL USERS, POVERTY ALLEVIATION, PROGRESS, PUBLIC ATTENTION, PUBLIC POLICY, PURCHASING POWER, PURCHASING POWER PARITY, REFUGEE, REFUGEE STUDIES, REFUGEES, REMIGRATION, REMITTANCES, RESEARCH COMMUNITY, RESEARCH ON MIGRATION, RETURN MIGRATION, RETURNEES, ROLE OF MIGRATION, RURAL POVERTY, SCHOOL ATTENDANCE, SERVICE PROVIDERS, SKILL LEVELS, SKILLED LABOR, SKILLED WORKERS, SMALL ENTERPRISES, SOCIAL CAPITAL, SOCIAL IMPACT, SOCIAL NETWORKS, Social sciences, SOCIAL UPHEAVAL, SOUTH AMERICA, SOVEREIGNTY, SPILLOVER, SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA, TEMPORARY MIGRANTS, TEMPORARY MIGRATION, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, UNDOCUMENTED MIGRATION, UNEMPLOYMENT, UNEMPLOYMENT LEVELS, UNEMPLOYMENT RATE, UNITED NATIONS, UNSKILLED WORKERS, VIRGIN, VISAS, WAR, WESTERN EUROPE, WORK EXPERIENCE, WORK PERMITS, WORLD MIGRATION, WORLD POPULATION, YOUNG GIRLS