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02 Oct 2015

International Migration, Vol. 50(Supplement s1) 2012

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 Blackwell Publishing. The editors at ISIM are responsible for the direction and content of the journal.

  • The Limits of Control: Neo-Liberal Policy Priorities and The US Non-Immigrant Flow by Philip Kretsedemas
  • A Model for Managed Migration? Re-Examining Best Practices in Canada’s Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program by Jenna L. Hennebry and Kerry Preibisch
  • From “Shared Responsibility” to a Migration Agreement? The Limits for Cooperation in the Mexico-United States Case (2000–2008) by Alexandra Delano
  • In Search of a Better Life: The Experiences of Working Poor Immigrants in Vancouver, Canada by Dan Zuberi and Melita Ptashnick
  • The Community Engagement of Immigrants in Host Societies: The Case of Canada by Abdolmohammad Kazemipur
  • How many hours do you have to work to be integrated? Full-time and part-time employment of native and ethnic minority women in the Netherlands by Pieter Bevelander and Sandra Groeneveld
  • Skilled Labour Migration and Positive Externality: The Case of Turkish Engineers Working Abroad by Şenay Gökbayrak
  • Remittances, Business Cycles and Poverty: The Recent Turkish Experience by Serdar Sayan and Ayca Tekin-Koru
  • Beyond Family Remittances: Assessing the Prospects of Alternative Approaches to “Remittances for Development” in Africa by Teke Ngomba

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