International Migration, Vol. 55(1) February 2017

Number of Pages: 
188
Volume: 
55 (1)
ISSN: 
1468-2435
Year: 
2017
Description: 

International Migration is a refereed bimonthly review of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) on current migration issues as analysed by demographers, economists, and sociologists all over the world. The journal is edited by Carleton University and published and distributed by Wiley. The editor at Carleton University is responsible for the direction and content of the journal.

Table of contents: 
  • Editorial by Dr. Howard Duncan
  • Diaspora Philanthropy in the Context of Policy Coherence for Development: Implications for the post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda by Harlan Koff
  • Remittances as a Shield to Vulnerable Households in Macedonia: The Case When the Instrument is Not Strictly Exogenous by Marjan Petreski, Blagica Petreski and Despina Tumanoska
  • International Migrant Remittances and Labour Supply in Nigeria by Nathaniel E. Urama, Emmanuel O. Nwosu, Denis N. Yuni and Stephen E. Aguegboh
  • Immigrants, Cultural Differences, and Trade Costs by Bedassa Tadesse and Roger White
  • STEM Education and STEM Work: Nativity Inequalities in Occupations and Earnings by Monica Boyd and Siyue Tian
  • Shifts in Intergenerational Mobility of Indian Immigrant Entrepreneurs by Meena Chavan and Lucy Taksa
  • Trapped in migrants’ sectors? Polish women in the Icelandic labour market by Joanna Napierała and Anna Wojtyńska
  • The Socioeconomic Incorporation of Immigrant and Native-born Day Labourers in Tshwane, South Africa by Nik Theodore, Derick Blaauw, Anmar Pretorius and Catherina Schenck
  • Why do immigrants have longer periods of unemployment? Swiss evidence by Daniel Auer, Giuliano Bonoli and Flavia Fossati
  • Labour Market Limbo: The Uneven Integration of Co-Ethnic Argentine Immigrants in Spain by Angela S. García

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