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 at Georgetown University's Institute for the Study of International Migration (ISIM) and published and distributed by Wiley. The editors at ISIM are responsible for the direction and content of the journal.Contents
- When Do Papers Matter? An Institutional Analysis of Undocumented Life in the United States by Shannon Gleeson and Roberto G. Gonzales
- The Impact of Anti-Immigration Policies and Perceived Discrimination in the United States on Migration Intentions among Mexican Adolescents by David Becerra
- Analysing US State Legislative Resolutions on Immigrants and Immigration: The Role of Immigration Federalism by Alexandra Filindra and Melinda Kovács
- Managing Migration, Managing Motherhood: The Moral Economy of Gendered Migration by Ricardo Contreras and David Griffith
- Social Capital Investment and Immigrant Economic Trajectories: A Case Study of Punjabi American Taxi Drivers in New York City by Diditi Mitra
- The Human Capital Characteristics and Household Living Standards of Returning International Migrants in Eastern and Southern Africa by Kevin J. A. Thomas
- The Causes and Impact of the Brain Drain in Institutions of Higher Learning in Zimbabwe by Almon Shumba and Douglas Mawere
- Micro-Level Determinants of Remittances from Recent Migrants to Canada by Per Unheim and Dane Rowlands
- Remittances and the Maintenance of Dual Social Worlds: The Transnational Working Lives of Migrants in Greater London by Adina Batnitzky, Linda McDowell and Sarah Dyer
- Remittance Activity among Brazilians in the US and Canada by Franklin Goza and Igor Ryabov
- Socioeconomic Implications of the Increasing Foreign Remittance to Nepal: Evidence from the Nepal Living Standard Survey by Udaya R. Wagle
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Number of pages: 207
Format: Print and Electronic
Volume/Number: 50, 4
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