Original Language
English
E-ISSN
1468-2435
Number of Pages
345
Date of upload

03 Nov 2021

International Migration Vol. 57 (4) August 2019

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.

  • MIGRATION, ITS DRIVERS, ITS RISKS, ITS REWARDS
  • Understanding Undocumented Migration from Honduras by José Alejandro Quijada and José David Sierra
    • Invisible Development? Remittances for Housing and Transnational Reproduction Strategies among Migrant Households in Colombi by Gisela P. Zapata
    • The statistical properties of the networks of emigrants: the Ecuadorian case by Alexandra M. Espinosa, Luís Horna, Rodrigo Mendieta Muñoz and Nicola Pontarollo
    • Are You A Terrorist? Comparing Security Screening for Iraqi Asylum Seekers in the United States and Sweden byNicholas R. Micinski
    • Local Institutional Quality and Return Migration: Evidence from Viet Nam by Ngoc Thi Minh Tran, Michael P. Cameron and Jacques Poot
    • Return Schemes from European Countries: Assessing the Challenges by Giulia Scalettaris and Flore Gubert
    • Talking across Borders: Successful Re-entry in Different Strands of Re-entry Literature by Ine Lietaert and Lore Van Gorp
    • The Migration Industry and the H-2 Visa in the United States: Employers, Labour Intermediaries, and the State by Joseph Trawicki Anderson
    • Competition Between Labour-Sending States and the Branding of National Workforces by Geraldina Polanco
    • Do Migrant Remittances Cause Dutch Disease in Nigeria? by Nathaniel E. Urama, Henry C. Edeh and Edith C. Urama
    • The Political Influence of Return: From Diaspora to Libyan Transit Returnees by Franzisca Zanker and Judith Altrogge
    • Failed Securitisation Moves during the 2015 ‘Migration Crisis’ by Helen Hintjens
  • SPECIAL SECTION: RE-THINKING TRANSNATIONALISM IN THE GLOBAL WORLD: CONTESTED STATE, SOCIETY, BOARDER, AND THE PEOPLE IN-BETWEEN GUEST EDITORS: LARA MOMESSO AND ISABELLE CHENG
    • Rethinking Transnationalism in the Global World: Contested State, Society, Border, and the People in between byIsabelle Cheng and Lara Momesso
    • Asset or Liability: Transnational Links and Political Participation of Foreign-Born Citizens in Taiwan by Isabelle Cheng, Lara Momesso and Dafydd Fell
    • Nation, Migration, Identity: Learning from the Cross-Strait Context by Lara Momesso and Chun-yi Lee
    • Gendered Transnational Ties and Multipolar Economies: Chinese Migrant Women's WeChat Commerce in Taiwan by Beatrice Zani
  • SPECIAL SECTION: MIGRATION GOVERNANCE AND POLICY IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH GUEST EDITORS: RACHEL GISSELQUIST AND FINN TARP
    • Migration Governance and Policy in the Global South: Introduction and Overview by Rachel M. Gisselquist and Finn Tarp
    • How Unpopular Policies are Made: Examples from South Africa, Singapore and Bangladesh by Ingrid Palmary, Thea de Gruchy, ASM Ali Ashraf, Chiu Yee Koh, Kellynn Wee, Charmian Goh and Brenda S.A. Yeoh
    • Fiscal Pressure of Migration and Horizontal Fiscal Inequality: Evidence from Indian Experience by Pinaki Chakraborty and Shatakshi Garg
    • Is the Education of Local Children Influenced by Living near a Refugee Camp? Evidence from Host Communities in Rwanda by Özge Bilgili, Craig Loschmann, Sonja Fransen and Melissa Siegel
    • South-South Irregular Migration: The Impacts of China's Informal Gold Rush in Ghana by Gabriel Botchwey, Gordon Crawford, Nicholas Loubere and Jixia Lu
    • Social Accountability in Diaspora Organizations Aiding Syrian Migrants by Mounah Abdel-Samad and Shawn Teresa Flanigan
  • Corrigendum
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